This modern bungalow birdhouse is fit for two families. Part of the Rapson® Collection, this avian home is based on an actual sketch by midcentury architect Ralph Rapson. The birdhouse resembles Hope Lutheran Church in Minneapolis, which Rapson designed and built in 1971.
Design in 1971
Contains 60 reclaimed milk jugs
Ships fully assembly
Available in Cloud White or Charcoal Grey frame color
Available in various top colors
Loll products are made with partially recycled and fully recyclable material
Milk jugs are used due to their lack of pigment so Loll's vibrant colors can be created
As Loll material is a post-consumer recycled material, the medium to create the material does inevitably fluctuate
Although we do continuously strive for the best consistency possible, material color and texture may slightly vary from sheet good to sheet good and thus product to product
There is ultraviolet (UV) stability in Loll material. Loll products are manufactured with a highly weatherable HDPE sheet
Loll's post consumer resin includes a superior UV additive designed for plastics that improves exterior durability, greatly reducing characteristic surface degradation caused by sunlight and other UV light sources
Pigments / color concentrates are also added that are formulated with the best weathering pigments available in the market in a particular color-space
This unique and environmentally-conscious paper composite is used in some Loll pieces. Made with resin-saturated paper, Richlite requires no maintenance and may patina over time
Loll was conceived as a way to repurpose excess skate ramp material. Founded on principles of efficient and responsible use/reuse of manufacturing material, Loll products are fabricated using lean manufacturing techniques
Recycled and Recyclable frame:
Their material is recycled and recyclable high-density polyethylene (HDPE), primarily from milk jugs.
Approximately 8 milk jugs are reclaimed per pound.
Dimensions: 12.5" W x 5" D x 17.75" H
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