Many people would agree with the idea of creating little living spaces for our bird friends. After all, they do not only benefit the birds but also add character to its surroundings. But few would even consider going to great lengths as to designing them in the spitting image of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural works.
Douglas Barnhard, the founder of home décor firm Sourgrassbuilt, has created tiny living quarters for birds that mimic architectural styles of world-renowned architects. With inspiration from works of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Bauhaus and his experience as the cabinetmaker, Barnhard repurposed scraps of wood to create tiny architectural representations.
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Some of his works were also inspired by other architectural styles namely Hawaiian and Japanese architecture, to mention a few. He also mimicked the Bauhaus’ living, breathing wall, with tiny plants adorning one exterior side of a birdhouse.
Check Barnhard’s creations through his Etsy and give your pet birds their own lavish home.