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Saving the Stray-cat / Living Together the Stray-cat

Saving the Stray-cat
Saving the Stray-cat
Saving the Stray-cat
Saving the Stray-cat
Saving the Stray-cat
Saving the Stray-cat
Saving the Stray-cat

A designed cat shape’s structure through analysis of stakeholders on the campus, cats as the main target, and environmental factors has been proposed so that people are interested in cats. The structure was made using wood and connectors made with 3D printers. These structures are easy to combine and disassemble, upgrading fixtures, and replacing aged materials. We can identify cat needs through the behavior analysis of cats coming in from other spaces. The design structure can serve to move the stray cat who are active in the public area to a specific area. This movement can reduce the damage and conflict from stray cats in public places.

Client / Manufacturer

Yeungnam University

Yeungnam University
Gyeongsan city, South Korea

Design

Yeungnam University

Yeungnam University
Gyeongsan, South Korea

Design

Yeungnam University

Yeungnam University
Gyeongsan, South Korea

Design

Yeungnam University

Yeungnam University
Gyeongsan, South Korea

Design

Yeungnam University

Yeungnam University
Gyeongsan, South Korea

Design

Yeungnam University

Yeungnam University
Gyeongsan, South Korea

Design

Yeungnam University

Yeungnam University
Gyeongsan, South Korea