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Object of Desire: Bauhaus Birdhouse

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Object of Desire: Bauhaus Birdhouse

March 23, 2017

When did birdhouses become beautiful enough to prompt human fantasies of living in (a slightly bigger version of) one?

Rest assured, though, that Santa Cruz, California-based designer Douglas Barnhard had feathered tenants in mind when he designed his collection of Bauhaus Birdhouses. With comfortably sized entrance holes and built with bird-friendly wood, Barnhard’s Sourgrassbuilt line pays attention to function as well as to form:

Made of bamboo plywood and laminate, a Living Wall Bauhaus Birdhouse measuring 9 by 9 by 6.5 inches has three perches and is designed to accommodate a vertical garden (succulents not included); \$\199.99.
Above: Made of bamboo plywood and laminate, a Living Wall Bauhaus Birdhouse measuring 9 by 9 by 6.5 inches has three perches and is designed to accommodate a vertical garden (succulents not included); $199.99.
Each Seabright Bauhaus Birdhouse made of reclaimed redwood found on the beach is a one of a kind; with visible ventilation holes, it is \$\199.99.
Above: Each Seabright Bauhaus Birdhouse made of reclaimed redwood found on the beach is a one of a kind; with visible ventilation holes, it is $199.99.
The original Bauhaus Birdhouse was &#8\2\20;inspired by The Bauhaus (art and design) School, in Germany, which was influential from \19\19 to \1933. This School created mid century modern architecture before its time,&#8\2\2\1; the designer notes. It is \$\199.99.
Above: The original Bauhaus Birdhouse was “inspired by The Bauhaus (art and design) School, in Germany, which was influential from 1919 to 1933. This School created mid century modern architecture before its time,” the designer notes. It is $199.99.

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