|Ikea is Turning Recycled Furniture Into Wildlife Homes
By: Fast Company
Ikea is building homes for wildlife animals using recycled furniture in Greenwich, the London borough that gives its name to the meridian where time starts.
Appropriately called the Wildhomes for Wildlife project, the project transforms Ikea tables, lamps, and chairs into a variety of beautiful lairs and nests for all kinds of animals, from birds and bats to bees and squirrels.
Some of the Ikea stuff has been deconstructed into new form factors painted in bright colors, like the Dom bird house by Supermundane, while others play with abstract geometry shapes and monochrome hues, like Studio Weave’s Fladdermosshus, a warm home for furry bats.
The project was dreamed up and executed by the London office of advertising agency Mother.
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