Public Housing for Animals
Determined to bring nature back into the urban environment, the city of Leeds in the United Kingdom sponsored a design competition to find new ways of creating habitat for birds and small animals. The winner of the competition devised towers made from recycled materials that could house nests as well as plant life supporting butterflies and other insects along the canal that runs through Leeds.
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