How about a neo-classical coop? Here are two examples. First is an English hedge fund manager who earned £2.8M ($4.2m U.S. dollars) last year, and plans to spend £130,000 ($210,000) on his coop. Actually I think it's pretty cool. There was a tradition in England 150 years ago of building "Follies", or way over-the-top whimsical structures, in gardens, and this continues that tradition. He's also giving work to a lot of construction people doing this. The second, a bit more down-to-earth, is P. Allen Smith's coop. He hosts a garden show on TV.