Bird’s Brick is inspired by an old tradition of placing stone tablets in the facade and how people used to keep birds close to their home for consumption. The niches could be integrated in modern building, allowing the house owner to decide to close off a few to encourage the breeding of a certain bird.
The brick wall between the windows of the ground and first floor of the house will contain several niches. Depending on what bird you want to attract to your house and share your facade with, you choose a tile with an adapted hole size. The distance between niches of the same size are determined by the territory birdspecies allow each other.