by Brooke Dowd Sacco
This is a true story of 78 birds picked to live in a house, squawk together, and have their lives looked upon by one lonely human… Created by a designer called Nendo for the Momofuku Ando Center in Japan, this avian hut doubles as a treehouse. It’s built to host 78 birds on one side and a single person who takes pleasure in spying on innocent birds, on the other. The treehouse section features peepholes for individuals to peer into the ‘bird house’ quarters. No word on on how you clean out the bird tenement after a months of use.