After realizing that modifying the inside of my barn would result in an equally expensive and sub standard coop, I've started designing a Woods style open air chicken house... Would love to get some feedback on my drawings! I'm no architect, but I made a general floor plan and elevations... Hope they're reasonably clear. Dotted lines show windows - that will be HC covered. There are shelves in the front section- thinking of the kind where you hang strips similar to pegboard but metal that let you adjust shelf height. This is what I'm really hoping will work- on the South face (the big windows) and the South sloping roof, I want to add options. For the roof, a plexi greenhouse plastic will be built in for added warmth in winter. The big windows will have HC as the default but I'll build inserts of plexi to close them off in winter. The shelves are there so I can start a few seedlings in early spring and maybe even grow some greens in winter. I'm hoping that the windows on the sides of the front section will bring in air that will be warmed by the windows. That air will then travel back, across the rest of the coop and out a HC vent that runs the width of the back wall under the eve. I extended the overhang some to protect against winds. May drop it some more. For summer, I'll build an insert to cover the plexi on the roof so the chickens don't cook (before their time, lol). Thoughts? Concerns? Suggestions?