Pet-friendly design

Design that reflects the nature of pets and adheres to the veterinarian's advice on hygiene.
It also includes specialists in the common areas as well as within the suites. It is equipped with a variety of functions and materials.

The material is not just beautiful, but also offers many other benefits, such as being resistant to moisture, retaining no odors,
inhibiting pathogen growth, and free of cancer-causing substances.



pet-friendly materials

Pet-friendly materials: Pets can be rough on floors, walls, and furniture, so choose durable, easy-to-clean materials that can withstand scratches and stains. For example, consider using vinyl or tile flooring instead of carpet, and choose leather or microfiber furniture that can be wiped down easily.


a designated pet space

Designate an area in the home specifically for pets. This could be a corner of the living room, a spare bedroom, or a mudroom.


Choose safe plants

If you want to add some greenery to your home, make sure the houseplants you choose have been recognized as non-toxic —so they're safe to keep around cats and dogs.