Jon Dioffa

Moger Mehrhof Architects Build Rustic Birdhouses from Reclaimed Materials

by , 01/14/14


Moger Mehrhof Architects is using an array of sustainably sourced materials to give a modern reinterpretation to familiar birdhouse forms. Found hickory and oak logs are quartered and left raw for hollowing, and metal scraps donated by a local siding company are bent and fixed to a log to create simple roof forms and gutters. These unique homes are sure to catch they eyes of feathered flyersby.

+ Moger Mehrhof Architects

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1 Comment

  1. xzamianx January 16, 2014 at 12:40 pm

    Amazing! I love that the birdhouses are made of natural materials. They look like the perfect design response to house our feathery friends.

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