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The Architect’s Birdfeeder

The Architect’s Birdfeeder
Design
Allison Mooney
  • 14 april 2008

Last year we interviewed Doug Patt from Root Phi about the company’s recycled messenger bags for Timbuk2. Now the architect-entrepreneur and his partner Brian Witlin have just launched a new product for the design-conscious nature-lover, ‘The Architect’s Birdfeeder‘. Unlike most birdfeeders, it looks more like an I.M. Pei sculpture than a shrunken barn. It also comes in a low impact small box, packs flat, requires no tools or fasteners for assembly, and is easy to refill and clean.

The birdfeeder is made of very strong thermoplastic polymer called polycarbonate—the same stuff that bullet proof glass is made of. Perfect for city living.

The Architect’s Birdfeeder

Related on PSFK:
Interview with RootPhi’s Doug Patt

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