You put a group of people together and give them a common goal and magic can happen. Even if that magic, in this case, is just building a barn. It's hypnotic to see the organization in this, like seeing a bunch of worker ants swarm together with one mind.
This may just be the epitome of baby chick luxury: A coop made out of vinyl repurposed from old movie billboards. The Oregon poultry farmer responsible for this spectacular feat of ingenuity, Mark Anderson, uses the colorful barn as a shelter for chickens in the first phase of their lives. And the accompanying…
Architects took on gravity and won, and now daredevils can pay almost $300 a night to stay in the "balancing barn," where 50 per cent of the building dangles precariously off a slope.