Last week I took a ride down to Ames, Iowa to see the creations of many students from Iowa State University. As reported on KCCI:
“Chicken coops designed by new architecture students at Iowa State University are on display.
The 20 coops, with names ranging from “The Griddle” to “Raise the Roost,” went on display Monday at the southeast lawn of the College of Design building. They will be there until Oct. 25.
More than 80 new majors in the professional architecture degree program participated in the project, which involve coops that house between three and five chickens. Students had a little over two weeks to complete the project.
Students needed to research chicken care basics, conceptualize their designs, salvage or purchase materials, and manage a budget.
These are some of the most unique coops I have seen and applaud the students in their creations!