Designed by Susanne Hellman Holmström and Eleonor Moschevitz, respectively cat psychologist and interior designer, this piece of furniture was thought for felines but also for their masters, thanks to a modern style and noble materials like walnut veneer. Designed for the Swedish storage company 24Storage, this cabinet has so far been created in a single copy. Scroll down to see photographs of the “cat flat” and artist behind these is Henrik Nero – real estate photographer and interior designer based in Stockholm, blogger at Residence Magazine and the founder of Nero Interior. Be free to think about a copy for your feline friends.
Version 2.0 of the cat tree, the “cat flat” is a real paradise for felines, who can have fun going through different tunnels and sharpen his their claws on several scratching materials.
The “Cat Flat” is made from walnut veneer with doors that have vertical and horizontal slats that give the piece character while giving you a shadowy peek of your frolicking felines.
Standing at three levels, the cabinet lets felines go wild with the freedom to move throughout the layers and play with the various scratchers and toys.
In addition to the basic needs of food, water, and a place to go to the bathroom, Sweden’s first cat psychologist Susanne Hellman Holmström has outlined 10 other necessities that cats need in order to be happy.
Scratching, cleaning its fur, hiding, looking after its territory, playing, sleeping, hunting, spying, discovering, and social connection.