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May 2022




explores the co-existen between human and bird.

It returns habitat to bird in urban areas

by providing space for bird nesting,

contributing to the sustainability of biodiversity.

Meanwhile, it provides human with access to birdsong

and contributes to human mental health.

Context & Goal

Deforestation in China has heavily impacted native and migratory birds. In the past three decades,

the urban population has grown by 500,000,000 people,

and China's urban land use between 2000-2010 doubled.

Between 2000-2015,

around 1,355 square kilometers of forest were destroyed.

Wetlands are turned into concrete developments,

robbing migratory birds of their habitat and food.

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Guided by SGD 15:

Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification,

and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss.

This project aims to:

Return urban space
to bird habitat

Raise human awareness

Build connection between human and nature

Sketch & 3D Model


On rainy days, it collects raindrops,

for bird drinking and bird bathing.

On sunny days, it is a space for bird nesting.

Sheltered Space:

A safe space for bird nesting.


One end is the bird nest,

another end is for human

listening to birdsongs.

Steel Structure

Good sound transmission,

Allowing more birdsongs to be heard

Jute Wrapping

Low thermal conductivity,

100% bio-degradable and recyclable,

well fit into the nature


3D Printing in UltiMaker

Assembled with Acrylic Glue


This installation is expected to be located in public open places like parks, accessible to bird and human.

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