A tree house for 1 person and 78 birds
photos by Masaya Yoshimura and Daici Ano
Design firm Nendo has created a massive tree house dubbed “bird apartment,” in which visitors to the natural sanctuary can climb in and observe 78 mini-birdhouses through peep-holes. From the front, the structure resembles an urban apartment complex, except it’s entirely out of place perched high in a tree. A slightly precarious-looking ladder connects the back of it to the ground, allowing one visitor at a time to climb up and observe each apartment unit through tiny holes.
Bird Apartment is located in the Ando Momofuku Center, a nature conservatory named after Mr. Cup Noodle himself. The center certainly has a taste for design as its main facility is a stunning structure designed by Kengo Kuma.
Check out all of our articles on Nendo, one of the big hitters of the Japanese design scene.
Source: press release
Trending this week
- How a TV show inadvertently made a miraculous historic discovery
- 3D ice cubes let your scotch cool down in style
- Creative Chocolate Ideas from Japan
- Residence of Daisen | A house designed to fit in between the gaps of trees
- Tatsuo Horiuchi | the 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist
- The Cats of 19th Century Japan