Designer Monique Engelund designed this stunning birdhouse and feeder for menu, inspired by the famous 1929 Barcelona Pavilion, designed by the legendary German architect Mies van der Rohe.
above: Meis van der Rohe's 1929 Barcelona Pavilion.
In keeping with van der Rohe’s spirit, it exudes geometric simplicity and is made of an extraordinary material: robust and durable acacia wood from sustainable European forests.
The feeding table is beneath the roof, where the bird food can be placed on two spikes, while the bird bath sits out in the open:
A stylish outdoor element for your garden that will make all the other birds chirp with envy.
Price approx $175 USD.
The Barcelona Bird Pavilion can be purchased here
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