“I decided to join this project to help. Bring back to life a little bit of what life has given me.”

Arq. Miguel de la Torre

Graduated from Ibero Americana University in Mexico City. With his firm Miguel de la Torre has designed and collaborated in all kinds of spaces. Its architecture is defined as an honest work and carried out with passion. The use of white and raw textures such as concrete and wood are recurrent in their designs. For the architect, it would be difficult to describe his style in a concrete way. His work speaks for itself.


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“It is an honor to contribute through design a grain of sand for the benefit of dogs and cats with extreme needs. Embody our love for these animals in an object of daily use that will give shelter and comfort to our pets.”

Arq. Elizabeth Gómez Coello

Graduated in the year 2001. In 2006 marks the beginning of her own practice, developing and directing projects applying his professional experience as Hotel Mi Amor in Tulum Qto. and hotel Bo, in San Cristobal de las Casas. Brick Hotel among others. Throughout her career the architect has participated in projects such as creator of Trends by Comex in 2013, Design House in Mexico City. Imparted conferences in universities, Habitat Expo and Enadii, among others. Architect Gomez Coello is an academic in the specialty of interior design at the Center of Design, film and television school.

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“ I joined the project because in addition to the passion I have for the design of furniture, I am a dog rescuer. They are part of my family and deserve a product of the highest quality.”

Arq. Anna Grendys

Graduated from Anahuac University. Her career has led her to work in architecture, set design and interior design. The taste to travel and to know different cultures and traditions all over the world, have led her to experiment with different materials, textures and colors. Respect for classics and her taste for contemporary design have been the starting points of the architect to create a timeless and functional style.

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Germán Velasco Arquitectos

“I decided to participate in KTRE for the love of pets and design. As an interior design firm, we considered that there are few design options of houses for dogs and cats in Mexico. Just to know that we will participate in a project among other designers with so innovative proposals, and for such a noble cause is fantastic”

Arq. Germán Velasco

Architect graduated from the Ibero-American University of Mexico City. His extensive experience has allowed him to develop widely and has been fortunate to participate in outstanding projects. He runs the firm that bears his name, Germán Velasco Arquitectos, specialized in architecture and interior design of hotels, restaurants and residences. For him each project is a new challenge where they reinvent themselves by being proactive, different and sometimes irreverent.
Ideal house for lovers of detail and colors of Mexico. Its cover hand – made with XNUMXmm felt cuts in different shades, make this house the perfect cosy refuge for your furry friend.


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“We really liked the idea of ​​contributing through design for a good cause and with a theme like pets, with which we feel very identified”.

Arch. José Lew

José Lew is a graduate of Anahuac University in Mexico City, receiving his degree in 1999. He studied a master's degree in architecture at Parson School of Design in New York City in order to nurture his training and strengthen his communication skills. Since 2002 he is director of Arco Arquitectura Contemporánea, a great team that has consolidated working on all types of projects and with the perspective of continuing making top-level architecture. Currently, his firm has received two honorary medals in the category of Hotels Business Class by CIDI.


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“One of our greatest passions are pets. What better way to contribute to a good cause for those who have no voice, than through what we know how to do. Design and architecture"

Arq. Carla Salazar Treviño
Arq. Marcela Ibáñez Campos

Architects Marcela Ibañez and Carla Salazar graduated from the Anahuac University of Mexico City, receiving their professional degree in 1998. In the year 2000 they decided to start their own professional practice as SI DUEMILA Arquitectos. Their projects have been published in several national media specialized in design and architecture. Throughout 19 years their work has led them to carry out projects and construction of commercial, residential and corporate architecture. They have also participated as special designers at Habitat Expo in Tendencias by Comex. Including conferences about interior design business in México. They have been part of a select group of architects in “La Foto de Arquitectos” at the Franz Mayer Museum.


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“As architects and designers, joining KTRE is a logical consequence of our love for dogs. We have three at home and we love the idea of ​​being able to design quality beds for them”

MartaCarmela Sotelo
Oscar Rodríguez

Marta Carmela Sotelo: Architect, artist, Mexican designer. Since 2002, she started developing her own jewelry workshop, developing "wearable art". Jewelry made with different materials and unconventional shapes that make it unique in its branch. His pieces have been exhibited in gift shops of the Metropolitan Museum of Art MOMA in New York City ; as well as London, Atlanta, and Mexico, among others. Architect Sotelo has also collaborated as a freelancer designer for the prestigious mexican silver brand TANE.
Oscar Rodriguez. Founding partner of TAUU created in 2004. His studio has focused on design as well as the integral development of projects at different scales. It has a wide variety of projects in the areas of residences, public and cultural buildings; as well as collaborations with architecture offices of wide national and international trajectory such as David Chipperfiels Architects, designing Jumex Museum in Mexico City.


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Arq. Gerardo López Portillo

“I love dogs . What better way to contribute for a good cause than through design and architecture.”

Arq. Gerardo López Portillo

Architect Gerardo López Portillo graduated from Anahuac University in Mexico City. Throughout his career he has worked in companies dedicated to the design and construction of real estate developments inside and outside of Mexico. He is passionate about photography and has participated in several international competitions always receiving the first prizes.

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