86 glass bird feeders Exterior Design Photos

Brio USA Inc.
Brio 612 Retractable Pleated Insect Screen
Ideabooks920
Questions2
expanses. I could see it being used as a bird screen even when the sliding wall is closed.
retractable insect screen, also good for preventing bird strikes
Wall of glass in great room
being used as a bird screen even when the sliding wall is closed.
PureModern has covering for windows to make bird-safe or can use
they are found only at operable windows, I can't resist this retractable insect screen that can cover large expanses. I could see it being used as a bird screen even when the sliding wall is closed.
“retractable mosquito screen door large format” — princessandthepea
John Senhauser Architects
1 Review
Walnut Woods Residence
Ideabooks2,008
Questions1
cochere complete the site interventions. The structure’s section rises successively up a cascading stair to culminate in a glass-enclosed meditative space (known lovingly as the “bird feeder”), providing access to the grass roof via an exterior stair. The walnut trees, cleared from the site during construction
glass corner and outdoor indoor stairs
glass box staircase green roof wood meditation
“roof deck” — thecapt87
John Senhauser Architects
1 Review
Walnut Woods Residence
Ideabooks1,770
Questions0
cochere complete the site interventions. The structure’s section rises successively up a cascading stair to culminate in a glass-enclosed meditative space (known lovingly as the “bird feeder”), providing access to the grass roof via an exterior stair. The walnut trees, cleared from the site during construction
glass cube for top story room
“Modern beach log” — angelnsouth
Moussafir Architectes
Maison Escalier
Ideabooks1,312
Questions1
Great idea to help eliminate bird strikes on large windows.
cut steel covering to avoid bird strikes
Operable screens on the exterior transform the glass walls from reflective panes to patterned panels that filter the sunlight and, in the process, deter bird strikes.
to this. Operable screens on the exterior transform the glass walls from reflective panes to patterned panels that filter the sunlight and, in the process, deter bird strikes. This is a solution that depends on those elements being closed, but the rest of the ideabook looks at permanent, fixed
aspect of the glass boxes comes in the form of screens that close off the facade and provide shade for the interiors.
... to this. Operable screens on the exterior transform the glass walls from reflective panes to patterned panels that filter the sunlight and, in the process, deter bird strikes. This
“the unique cut” — harpreet88
John Senhauser Architects
1 Review
Walnut Woods Residence
Ideabooks1,220
Questions2
cochere complete the site interventions. The structure’s section rises successively up a cascading stair to culminate in a glass-enclosed meditative space (known lovingly as the “bird feeder”), providing access to the grass roof via an exterior stair. The walnut trees, cleared from the site during construction
“acoperis verde in panta” — bogdan_arh
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
The Logan Residence
Ideabooks1,022
Questions1
deter birds from flying in… overhead planes. OR Not yet widespread but offering great potential is Ornilux bird-safe glass created by Arnold Glas in Germany. The glass has a special layer that reflects a UV spectrum that birds can see but people cannot. The technology
technology is based on spider webs, whose silk works in a similar way to keep birds from flying through them and destroying them.
big glass sliders and patio cover
few suggestions help to preserve views. The first is overhead planes. When they're deep enough, overhead planes — be they sunshades, roof extensions or trellises — over window expanses can obscure reflections on the glass.
wall of glass with the pergola and the pool
“trellis at bldg” — marpillero pollak architects
First Lamp
5 Reviews
Orchid Studio
Ideabooks199
Questions0
red bird feeder
roofline and glass
“Roof angle” — irs374
Alliance Sotheby's International Realty
Elder Mountain
Ideabooks55
Questions1
bird feeder
“stone, tile roof” — mvernon123
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