A birdhouse designed by Ryan Bruxvoort resembles a piece of modernist architecture. Constructed from maple and inspired by wooden architecture projects of a much larger scale, the curved creation appears to float in mid-air.
Ryan told Design Boom, “My goal is to create a shelter that complements its environment while at the same time attracting sparrows to inhabit it. Ultimately I wish for this to culminate into a form that shows empathy for the sparrow, in a serene, carefully crafted manner. This led to the development of a delicate, almost fragile look that has been constructed in a manner that affords tremendous structural integrity. This light yet resilient quality of the house is to be reflective of the sparrow itself.’
Via Design Boom