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Chicken Chapel by Studio North

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by tiffy last modified Sep 30, 2011

Feathered livestock get a luxurious home since Boston based firm Moskow Linn Architects of Studio North created “Chicken Chapel”, a small free standing shelter that utilizes transparent fiberglass to make a light filled atmosphere for the birds. Situated in Norwich, Vermont, the design is a small wooden frame that is lined with panels of light…  Read More »




 

 

Feathered livestock get a luxurious home since Boston based firm Moskow Linn Architects of Studio North created “Chicken Chapel”, a small free standing shelter that utilizes transparent fiberglass to make a light filled atmosphere for the birds. Situated in Norwich, Vermont, the design is a small wooden frame that is lined with panels of light fiberglass. A wattle filters sunlight and becomes a protective enclosure for the chickens  from the maple poles harvested on the site. At night, a lantern-like effect emulates the coop with its semi-opaque skin. Easy entry is accessible through the human scaled door on the opposite end while on the other end a chicken scaled door grants the birds range of freedom. A haven of comfort for these flightless birds have received quite the treatment also with these delightful coops here.

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