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Next Generation Living Homes

History remembers luminaries such as Pablo Picasso for Cubism and his depiction of the Spanish Civil War in Guernica (1937), or Norman Rockwell for his portrayal of an idealized American culture, or even Oscar Niemeyer's contributions to modern architecture. Yet what's sometimes forgotten is that these larger-than-life figures were ordinary people, and as such, prone to domestic habits such as owning pets. From Henri Matisse’s oft-painted cat, Minouche, to the ocelot (resembles a bobcat) that seemingly could've belonged to no other persona than Salvador Dalí, AD rounds up the pets that were owned by some of the most creative minds in the world of art and architecture.

Next Generation Living Homes