See Inside This Cat Cafe In New York

See Inside This Cat Cafe In New York

Photography by Christa Hamilton Photography

 

Sonya Lee Architect designed the Meow Parlour, which is a cat cafe in New York City, where people get to interact with cats,  while they drink their coffee.

 

See Inside This Cat Cafe In New York

Photography by Christa Hamilton Photography

The cat cafe allows the cats to roam freely, while they’re waiting to be adopted. The furniture was designed to make it easy for the cats to play, hide and explore. For example, you can see in the photo below, the table has been designed with supports that become a vertical maze for the cats to play inside of, as their visitors sip their coffees.

See Inside This Cat Cafe In New York

Photography by Christa Hamilton Photography

There’s a wall of cubbies and shelves, which is home to beds and toys.

See Inside This Cat Cafe In New York

Photography by Christa Hamilton Photography

See Inside This Cat Cafe In New York

Photography by Christa Hamilton Photography

There are holes in the shelving supports to let the cats easily move between shelves.

See Inside This Cat Cafe In New York

Photography by Christa Hamilton Photography

The low hexagonal tables have a lasercut acrylic top, with kitty heads cut out for doors.

See Inside This Cat Cafe In New York

Photography by Christa Hamilton Photography

See Inside This Cat Cafe In New York

Photography by Christa Hamilton Photography

See Inside This Cat Cafe In New York

Photography by Christa Hamilton Photography

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