Artist Douglas Barnhard has imagined a series of designs emulating the work of architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Joseph Eichler

The tiny modern architectural aesthetic is not just for humans anymore. We already have micro penthouses, transformable homes, and rooftop cabins. Douglas Barnhard, from Sourgrassbuil, is an artist who imagines pretty little houses for birds, while paying tribute to the architects of the Bauhaus school.

He imagines small architectural constructions, using bamboo and high-end laminate materials, reproducing the work of architects like Frank Lloyd Wright or Joseph Eichler. If a tiny real estate agent were doing a walkthrough, they would mention the floor-to-ceiling viewing window, movable planter box, roof and walls for succulent plants and even a tiny seed or water holder.

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