And what is this? It's a coop homage to Spanish Art Nouveau architect Antoni Gaudi. The overall form flows like his Casa Mila, but the towers on it speak of his still-unfinished La Sagrada Familia. Art Nouveau is a style of early modern architecture that gets forgotten, slipped in between Victorian and Art Deco and mostly popular in Europe--bits of it inspired Louis Sullivan. Still, I think chickens would enjoy having a type of proto-modern architecture that allows natural vines to grow up over the chicken run.
Whoa! That's a bizarre-looking coop, but, but...it's so clean and groovy-looking! It could only be an homage to Buckminster Fuller's geodesic dome. Beind it, the mesh chicken run is reminiscent of his Dymaxion House. By Horus, even one of the chickens in the yard is doing a bespectacled shout-out to Bucky! The chickens at this coop are so comfortable with its forward-thinking, creative futuristic design that they're snoozing in the sun. They'll be flocking in from all over to live in this coop. And like the geodesic dome, flocks of chickens only get stronger as they get larger.