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London’s Birdhouse Sculptures

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The Spontaneous City in the Tree of Heaven by London Fieldworks.

Hundreds of birdhouses were added to London’s streets in an effort to create a more appealing urban environment for the creatures. Created as part of the Secret Garden Project, the Spontaneous City in the Tree of Heaven sculptural installation by London Fieldworks is designed to provide a welcoming bird and bug habitat while promoting urban biodiversity and the importance of greenspaces.

The Spontaneous City in the Tree of Heaven by London Fieldworks.

“The sculptures reflect the forms of the surrounding architecture; a combination of Georgian town houses, and 60s social housing around Duncan Terrace, and the World's End Estate adjacent to Cremorne,” explains the Garden Project.

The Spontaneous City in the Tree of Heaven by London Fieldworks.

The birdhouse sculptures offer a variety of housing options for birds with various shapes and sizes to accommodate nesting, resting, shelter and feeding.

Visit: The Secret Garden Project

 

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