The fur of the bichon frise is distinct. Extremely white, soft and fluffy, it’s like cotton candy, or a whisp of cloud. This architecture resembles the bichon frise--with its fascinating fur, but one size larger. The overall shape is that of a slightly compacted sphere offering the ideal indentation, a space in which a bichon frise could be comfortably settled. Our goal was to create a shape that would be completed by the reclining bichon frise. Dog and architecture would become one. The structure is simple; we took MDF [medium-density fiberboard], cut it into a belt shape, and rounded it into a ring; By gradually changing the length of the radius of each ring, we laid out the rings in a radial pattern and bound each component with kite string. We then created the surface by using a knitting method that rendered a very fluffy appearance. There is a small hole in the back of the structure, through which the bichon frise can enter and leave.