These days, humans aren't the only ones with amazing prefab homes to dream about. With the Moop, a modular prefab coop made of plywood and redwood strips, the coolest chickens on the block will also have something to put on their wish-lists. Masterminded by San Francisco area architect Peter Strzebniok and his wife, Deborah, the Moop starts with a two-by-seven-foot setup big enough for two chickens and can be expanded to larger configurations that can fit four chickens. With a starting cost of $600, it's not cheap—but in the world of fancy chicken coops, the Moop is a much more attainable luxury than, say, the $100,000 coop inspired by Versailles.
· The Moop: A Modern Modular Prefab Coop For Design-Savvy Chickens [Inhabitat]
· ARO Designs a Modern Chicken Coop for Modern Chickens [Curbed]
· Here Now, a $100K Chicken Coop Inspired by Versailles [Curbed]
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