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Barcelona Pavilion Bird Bath Feeder by Monique Engelund for Menu

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Fancy some iconic modernist design in your garden? You need the Barcelona Pavilion Bird Bath Feeder by Monique Engelund for Menu, which also does a few favours for your feathered friends too.

For the uninitiated, the Barcelona Pavilion was designed in 1929 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for the International Exposition in Barcelona that year. Unfortunately, this futuristic building was torn down in 1930, although a group of Spanish architects reconstructed the pavilion permanently between 1983 and 1986 from the original plans and photos, so it does survive in a way.

Anyway, you can have your very own version on our garden, thanks to this design. Just stick the spike in the ground and the birds get the bath in that sunken pool or eat within the wooden 'pavilion' part. They'll come flocking from miles around.

Available as a pre-order now, you can pick one up for £129.

Find out more at the Panik Design website

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