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Brief Published: 23 Aug 2012

Dish of Desire Bird Feeder


Dish of Desire is a contemporary bird-feeding system that allows for variety in a bird’s diet. Amsterdam-based designer Frederick Roijé was inspired by the need for birds to have a varied diet – which is often impossible naturally in the winter, as food is scarce.

The feeder is available in four variations, ranging from one plate to five, dependent on the amount of ‘courses’ on offer, with some also featuring domed shelters. The weather-resistant structures are made in Holland from aluminium, red cedar and porcelain.

Dish of Desire was presented earlier this year during Milan Design Week and has been on show this week at the New York International Gift Fair. It is also available for purchase through Roijé’s website.

Frederick Roijé