Avian populations may not appear to be evolving much, but in cohabiting with a progressing class of humans and their consequently adapting environment, one can be sure that that birds have grown accustomed to a sort of modern way of life.
These IMAKE Studio Birdhouses offer our feathered friends increasingly luxurious alternatives to the primitive nest, with attention to building envelope and ventilation. Made from sumptuous cedar, poplar and mahogany, these lovely lumber dwelling take forms influenced by contemporary architecture. Protruding planar facades are offer structures a dynamic illusion of depth, and crisp timber slats create a crisp and rational aesthetic.
Designed for modern chickadees, wrens, titmice, finches, and nuthatches, these two IMAKE Studio Birdhouses even come equipped with interior ladders that lead up to the exits, affording chicks an easy takeoff for their first flight.