Not minimalist in size, but in materials and time to completion. To make a long story short, I may be getting my chickens before the coop is ready. Oops! So I need to finish the coop quickly - well enough to keep them safe, and improve it to my original plan later. I have the frame ready - basically a 4x4x4 box. (Four chickens.) I must do the floor the correct way. And I think I must do the roof the correct way. It will be a raised coop, so I must do the stilts the right way. But for about a week or so, could I just do all the walls in hardware cloth? No solid sides at all? It will eventually have solid sides, but I don't have a vehicle to pick up the wood for a while yet, and after that it will still take a while to add the solid sides to the coop, because I want them hinged so I can let them down either partially or entirely in nice weather. The hens haven't started to lay yet, so no need for next boxes yet. And they sleep on the ground still, so no need for roosts yet. Just security at night. The days right now are in the 70s and 80s. The nights are in the low 50s. I could put a tarp over it if its supposed to be windy, but there hasn't been rain in weeks and not likely to be any. But I don't want to overestimate the hens' ability to handle the weather. Give me your thoughts, please. Is this an acceptable temporary idea? Is there something else I might be able to do that would be faster or easier? Thanks in advance!