If you’re a fan of the show Seinfeld, then you surely know about George Costanza and his life-long dream of becoming an architect (you know the new addition on the Guggenheim? That was him, didn’t take him very long either.) The Architect’s Birdhouse wold give George a little more proof behind his lies.
Shipped flat, and needing no tools and fasteners for assembly, The Architect’s Birdhouse is made with strong thermoplastic polymer called polycarbonate (the same stuff which bullet proof glass is made of, so no worry of those crows having any fly-by shootings.) The house is easily assembled and easy to clean. Get your own for $25. — Andrew Dobrow