Raumhochrosen offers modernist houses for birds
Never mind some bread and nuts, if you really want to treat the birds in your garden, get them the ultimate in stylish living - scaled replicas of great architectural homes for birds.
That's what German design company Raumhochrosen is now offering. There's a range of homes available, most notably some modernist-styled housing from the 1960s like Gunter Wratzfeld's House Watzenegg in Dornbirn (1963) and Rudolf Wäger's Dice House in Götzis (1965), along with more contemporary (but equally cool) designs like the Futterhaus SU-SI (1998) and the Futterhaus Haus R. (1999).
All are wooden replicas to a 1:33 scale and all are for sale online, with prices starting at 149 Euros, plus an additional 49 Euros for the stand.
Find out more at the Raumhochrosen website
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