Bird Cage Archibird Of Grégoire De Lafforest

Editor   December 13, 2013   Comments Off on Bird Cage Archibird Of Grégoire De Lafforest

bird cage as a piece of furniture Archibird
Bird cage Archibird – a unique work of art by Grégoire de Lafforest

The unique bird cage Archibird was designed by Grégoire de Lafforest and represents a Masterful combination of table console and cage. The unusual work of art resembles a sculpture of modern art, the two functions fulfilled. The main idea of the designer was radically to change the conventional form of a bird cage and insert it harmoniously into the furniture. At the same time, also the birds are even artfully displayed and transformed into a non-controversial eye-catcher in the room.


The glass domes on the console reminiscent of the rarity cabinets of the past, where wild species were represented from all over the world. The bird cage design radiates understated ease. You might think that floats the cage under the console. Actually, the white plastic tree supports the whole structure, as you can see it below. The legs look just so delicate and easily and complete installation in a very natural way to the designer.

Don’t think that it has the appropriate function of the cage in second place. The Archibird bird cage has all the necessary attributes for a bird animal welfare. It can be easily opened and cleaned and is equipped with feeding troughs and a small sink.

This great project was implemented by ateliers Seewhy and is exhibited in Gallery Gosserez

bird cage with glass dome

Floating and stable at the same time

bird cage with white tree

Steel wire and wood can look also very elegant

bird cage with steel wire

Glass domes for an aesthetic effect

bird cage decorative and real

A whimsical bird exhibition

bird cage with three fine glass dome

Unfortunately you can not really ask your birds, whether they would like to have as a bird cage, but you can be sure that they didn’t feel important so?

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