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KvideraLoft.jpgI don't know if I would put the loft in the house but if weather is a facto where you live maybe a covered walk woukd be nice. You might consider a loft attached with a glass wall into the house for viewing but I think you would want to have drapes over it.

Here is a picture you might think about>
 

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There are so many lofts pictures available that you can copy. I don't even know where to start. You can try Redrose loft as a start:http://www.redroselofts.com/starter_loft.htm

You can try lovebirds loft:http://lovebirdsloft.homestead.com/TheLoft.html
Or this:http://lovebirdsloft.homestead.com/WidowhoodLoftPage.html

Or you can try other variations of redrose starter loft. Or you can go crazy and make a loft like the Flamingo race http://www.flamingoic.com/index.php?SYS_MNU03_00_current_mp=30&View=Flamingoloft

Creating a pigeon loft is not rocket science. But you have to tell your architect some features that the loft should have. It must be dry inside. It must have good ventilation. It is not drafty. It is predator safe. It should be easy for you handle the birds. It should be easy to clean. It should look presentable to your neighbor. It should have lots of sun. There are many more. But the first important for your architect to know is whether the ordinance or code will allow you to build a pigeon loft or care for pigeons in your place.
 
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