An uninterrupted avian premise supplies fresh eggs to residents of Casa Wabi, a foundation that seeks to create a small community of artists on Mexico’s Pacific coast.
Grids made of charred wooden boards form a permeable openwork that protects the feeding place but also ventilates it well, with cavities that the hens can use to make their nests and lay and incubate their eggs.
Gallinero, Puerto Escondido (México) Chicken Coop, Puerto Escondido (Mexico).
Kengo Kuma & Associates / Javier Villar Ruiz (socio encargado partner in charge); Aris Kafantaris, Giacomo Sponzilli (equipo team).
BAAQ / J. Alfonso Quiñones, Alfonso Sodi (arquitecto local architect of record); Ejiri Structural Engineers (estructura structure).