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conCATenate

Description

Contributing to Architects for Animals “Giving Shelter” fundraising event at the Herman Miller Showroom, Lehrer Architects designed:

conCATenate

definition: linked together
Origin of CONCATENATE
Middle English, from Late Latin concatenatus, past participle of concatenare to link together, from Latin com- + catenachain
First Known Use: 15th century

A cat space, made of linear processional elements in ascent.
Cats like to climb and rest and nestle. conCATenation takes a simple, extruded white angle and at once LINKS them together to shape space in light, creating an object of delight for cats and people.

Dimensions: 42”w x 42” x 50”
Materials: 16 gauge sheet metal and artificial turf
All components are fixed
Photo Credit: Gary Crawford

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