1,146 handcrafted coops Living Design Photos

Arcanum Architecture
Palo Alto Residence
Love the floors, ceiling, and windows...great chicken coop too!
look out the back windows and you see their coop!
Chicken coop
“love this idea” — chicken4
Chelsea Apartment
Co-op What you own: In a housing co-op, you are actually purchasing stock in a privately held corporation — the corporation owns the building, and your share buys you the
At 750 square feet and situated on the top floor of a 1938 art deco edifice, Greene’s bachelor co-op was pretty sizable by city standards — it even had an extra foot of ceiling height, a sunken living room and a “little entry hallway that contributed to a sense of discovery,” he says. He liked it from
the right to lease an apartment from the company where you are part owner. Unlike condos, townhouses or TICs (described next), a co-op is actually considered personal property rather than real property.
“Paintingpaintingpainting” — dkouba1
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Philadelphia Penthouse Apartment
Hello and thanks for your interest! The orange and silver corrugated wall is actually a reclaimed tin roof from a chicken coop. It was acquired from Provenance, a dealer the specializes in architectural salvage. Their website is http://www.phillyprovenance.com/ .
roofing from an old chicken coop) adds an undercurrent of character that ties the whole thing together. Who knew rusty metal could be so warming?
9. Contemporary collides with rural-industrial in this Philadelphia penthouse. The rusty patina of the galvanized metal chicken coop roof dominates the living
David Fierabend. "Our first question as we approach a project is always, What can we reuse?" In the main living area, galvanized metal from a chicken coop roof adds horizontal bands, rusty patina and an industrial edge to one end of the condo. Rug: Bo Concept; basket: West Elm; lamp: Gilt
“michael” — rtmmann
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
Queen Anne Mid-Modern
Queen Anne Mid-Modern by Coop 15 Architecture
Coop 15 Architecture
“Couch” — bonitameyersfeld
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
Coop 15 Architecture
Coop 15 Architecture
Coop 15 Architecture
“The shelving on the back wall is cool and again there is my nice shaggy rug!” — cslider
Daniel Sheehan Photography
Laurelhurst House
Architecture by Coop 15 Architecture www.coop15.com Interior Design by Robin Chell www.robinchelldesign.com
Architect team Coop 15 removed the ground floor bedrooms and relocated them upstairs, creating an expansive, multipurpose ground floor living area that was functional while maintaining an overall openness.
“idea2” — reachramkey
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
Coop 15 Architecture
“Love that wall..” — David Walker
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
East of Market
Coop 15 Architecture
“Nice fabric, good size” — laserchick
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