A couple’s condo in Prospect Heights features feline-friendly amenities.

Contemporary furnishings from Muuto and Matter, as well as vintage pieces by Adrian Pearsall, add splashes of color to the couple’s cat-friendly living room. The Bollo chair is by Andreas Engesvik and Fogia and the Flowerfield pouf is by Baum und Pferdgarten from Common Seating. The custom ottoman and media cabinet are by Studio Natio, while the Flotation chandelier is by Ingo Maurer.

Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights may not be the first neighborhood that comes to mind when you hear the words “concrete jungle,” but the metaphor fits in a new way if you consider the penthouse home of Abigail and Max Frumes. 

High above the neighborhood’s tree-lined streets and handsome brownstones, two exotic felines prowl the couple’s new, 1,420-square-foot condo. 

“We wanted the cat element to be subtle, something you’d never know was there until you saw the cats moving through the space,” says designer Nathan Cuttle.

Photo by Hanna Grankvist

The cats—a pair of Bengals named Hobbes and Agnes—share the space with their human owners and the couple’s daughter. Their paradise is the brainchild of Studio Nato’s Nathan Cuttle, who tailored the design to the cats’ nature. 

Mitchell Ehrlich designed the wallpaper in the dining area.

Mitchell Ehrlich designed the wallpaper in the dining area.

Photo by Hanna Grankvist

Contemporary furnishings from Muuto and Matter, as well as vintage pieces by Adrian Pearsall, add splashes of color to the couple’s cat-friendly living room. The Bollo chair is by Andreas Engesvik and Fogia and the Flowerfield pouf is by Baum und Pferdgarten from Common Seating. The custom ottoman and media cabinet are by Studio Natio, while the Flotation chandelier is by Ingo Maurer.

Contemporary furnishings from Muuto and Matter, as well as vintage pieces by Adrian Pearsall, add splashes of color to the couple’s cat-friendly living room. The Bollo chair is by Andreas Engesvik and Fogia and the Flowerfield pouf is by Baum und Pferdgarten from Common Seating. The custom ottoman and media cabinet are by Studio Natio, while the Flotation chandelier is by Ingo Maurer.

Photo by Hanna Grankvist

See the full story on Dwell.com: A Brooklyn Apartment Provides the Perfect Playground for a Pair of Bengal Cats
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