Moss & Bark
       
     
Central Park
       
     
Mossy, Barky.
       
     
Moss & Bark
       
     
Moss & Bark
Central Park
       
     
Central Park

Moss & Bark is planned as an upscale doggie daycare, converting a former carwash into an indoor/outdoor play space for small and large dogs.  Two screened and highly manicured gardens (front for small dogs, rear for large dogs) are transformations of John Rink's highly geometrical losing scheme for NYC's Central Park.  Peepholes at the level of adult, child, and dog allow passersby to get glimpses into the gardens, while one-way film eliminates eye-to-eye contact

Mossy, Barky.
       
     
Mossy, Barky.

The theme carries on in the lobby, where a custom preserved moss wall acts as counterpoint to a reclaimed lumber entry wall.