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Minimalist Bird House [Pic]

Minimalist Bird House [Pic]
Design & Architecture

Designer Frédéric Ruyant provides a simple shelter for birds that's east to construct and install.

Michael Ellenbogen
  • 7 december 2010

The Nestor’s Nest is a simple birdhouse created by designer Frédéric Ruyant. The minimal structure is made of interlocking cork boards that are assembled without glue or screws. The nest is also insulated and water proof and easily slides on to a tree branch.

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