The Weekly Dig: Issue 8 ☞ Designer dog houses, Jean-Luc Godard, and decorating for pets.
Welcome to issue 8.Hope you’re enjoying a relaxing Sunday with a coffee in hand and dog snuggled up at your feet. The LAY LO team is in LA this weekend photographing a long awaited new product of ours dropping in a few weeks (more below). We’re lucky enough to be filming at a gorgeous 3-story loft on world famous Abbott Kinney.
For now, we’ve enjoyed curating this issue featuring a Frank Lloyd Wright dog house, a Turkish estate that mixes old and new, tips for keeping your style on point with a pup in the house, and as always, a few jaw-dropping homes.
Links we’re diggin’:
The stylish dogs of Westminster.
The wacky, wonderful homes add a bit of squiggle to Santa Barbara.
You can now cut your own Freitag Bag
If Frank Lloyd Wright designed a dog house.
This stunning Grecian summer home in Santorini
This library rooftop architecture lets you walk on water.
Charcuterie, but for dogs.
The transformative cinema of Jean-Luc Godard.
Perhaps the most dog-friendly hotel?
The stone wall vibes of this Turkish estate.
Tour spectacular homes IRL during Palm Springs modernism week.
This minimal Belgium home has everything and nothing.
Inside this Mies van der Rohe glass masterpiece.
It’s all modern rustic inside this Tribeca penthouse.
If John Lennon, Neil Young, and Jimi Hendrix were dogs.
Snow Peak’s spa and hotel designed by Kengo Kuma.
A life size dog house for humans and pups.
Brick and timber coming together perfectly.
Dog kennels designed by architects.
No pull zone – loose leash walking tips.
Leash training with the hardest pulling dog in the world.
Tips for decorating a stylish home with pets.
Common dog stress signals to look out for.
Taking walks to a new level of learning with urban agility.
Coming soon, Checker collection
Our latest collection brings a modern checker pattern to the home. Made with 100% recycled polyester threads and designed in Los Angeles, this is a collection you won't want to miss.