Resident Greeter


Sir Otis Macintosh, to be exact.

Otis is the self-appointed greeter at Shelter Architecture. He joined the Shelter team in 2013. Working mostly on the research side of our process, his expertise and insights have proven invaluable here at Shelter. His areas of exploration focus primarily on sleeping positions and their effects on canine relaxation. Otis’s research also extends into areas as diverse as chew resistant properties of various materials (focusing on the durability of rawhide and similar dried leather assemblies). He is also on the cutting edge of establishing the maximum quantity of walks that can be extracted in any given day. Otis firmly believes that most visitors are arriving with the sole purpose of paying attention to him.