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Bird Therapy / Bird feeder

Bird Therapy
Bird Therapy

iF DESIGN TALENT AWARD_01 2020

iF DESIGN TALENT AWARD_01 2020

According to a report from the ADAA, the greatest source of anxiety in people’s lives is their work. The aim of this design is to give people who work in offices access to nature. According to research, contact with nature helps to reduce anxiety. Joe Harkness suffers from depression, and found that his depression was alleviated by watching birds. The design of the "Bird Therapy" feeder was inspired by these studies, and it can be installed on office windows to help people make contact with nature by watching birds while they work.

I am very honored to win the iF DESIGN TALENT AWARD, which will encourage me to continue designing and help me in my future career.
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University

Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art
London, United Kingdom

Chuan Yu,
Royal College of Art