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Tesla Cybertruck cat house

Dezeen Debate features "entry-level" Tesla cardboard cat house

The latest edition of our Dezeen Debate newsletter features a flat-pack cat house designed by Tesla. Subscribe to Dezeen Debate now.

Tesla has created a flat-pack cat house made of corrugated cardboard, which was inspired by its electric Cybertruck pickup and released in China. According to the brand's Chinese website, the home can carry a weight of up to 7.5 kilograms.

Readers were underwhelmed, with one describing the design as an "entry-level Tesla product", whilst another joked that "a cat would prefer the box it comes in".

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Zaha Hadid Architects references "mountainside waterfalls" for Xi'an skyscraper

Other stories in this week's newsletter that fired up the comments section included Zaha Hadid Architects' plans for a 210-metre-tall skyscraper in China, a trapezoidal concrete and glass house in Slovakia by Ksa Studený and a concept design by Apollodorus Architecture for a Colosseum-like stadium in Bath.

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