The designer of the Weevyr Birdhouse did not follow the fowl's customary procedures or use the usual materials to construct her lovely avian abode. The egg-shaped suspended shelters have been inspired by the weaver birds' dwellings of twigs and roots, but the assembly of this object proves to impress with a method as meticulous as the original's.
Believe it or not, the entire structure of Shruthi Shashidhar's bird house has been made with just one strand of extruded porcelain. The spaghetti-like element is gradually and painstakingly wound around and around to construct the oblong form of a hollow sphere. The resultant texture of the Weevyr Birdhouse is an intricate intertwining of the lengthy ceramic string that produces an exquisite practical and decorative object for installation in or outdoors.
The Weevyr Birdhouse was Made to Mimic Authentic Avian Abodes
Amelia Roblin — February 28, 2013 — Art & Design
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