The best contemporary dog house. It has a Tadao Ando looking.
“The construction is broken down into logical components that allow for an easy assembly into a final form that is a direct response to climate and program. The floor is lifted clear of the ground to allow air circulation through the interior space, which is then capped with a large butterfly roof that allows passive venting of heat as well as casts shade and protects from rain. The large front door ramp hinges up to create a closed space perfect for kennel training.”
Check the “top 10 products” from Wired magazine. My favorite item is #6: a USB stake that can monitor soil conditions. “Just leave it in your proposed planting area for 24 hours, either stuck in the dirt or propped up in its cradle, then plug it into your computer’s USB port. The gizmo measures soil conditions, sunlight, temperature, and humidity, comparing the results with an online database to recommend species that will thrive there.” Check it here.