ODDO architects creates a catwalk influenced birdfeeder
 

ODDO architects creates a catwalk influenced birdfeeder

birdwatching has often been a popular hobby, where one can observe the different colors, shapes, feathers and characteristics of each species. while it can be difficult to catch these graceful animals as they fly from nest to sky, ODDO architects has found the perfect solution with the birdfeeder catwalk — a reinterpretation of the classic habitat where you can watch blackbirds, goldfinches, bluejays and robins strut their stuff upon the stage.ODDO architects catwalk birdfeeder designboom 01

 

 

composed of three legs, the elevated platform takes on a classic birdhouse shape within a contemporary context. ODDO architects has placed the catwalk at the entrance, allowing birds to parade out from the little home onto the small stage which extends out from the construction. small embellishments include a small window inside allowing the models to catch a glance at their admirers.

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feeding space

 


the peep-hole window

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  • Really?! Seriously? On a birder site, this would contest for the best joke with; “What did the Mockingbird say to the architect?” (unprintable)

    Jim

    JimCan says:
  • All I can say is my herd of squirrels would love this!

    Sunny marconi says:
  • I like it. Anything to help our feathered friends is cool, after all MAN is cutting down their natural resources for creed ,Man will destroy his self.

    Cynthia Smith says:
  • Pretty but impractable – instead replace walk with two 450mm stainless rods at 50mm separation allowing droppings to fall to earth.

    Don Collins says:
  • Bravo! Nice sense of humor combined with Modernist architecture sensibilities.

    Vladimir says:

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