This Guy Bought A 1950’s Grain Silo, And Turned It Into An Awesome Modern Home

Talented architect Christoph Kaiser turned an old 1950’s Kansas silo into a beautiful, modern home for him and his family. Most people would probably think he’s pretty crazy for moving an old silo to a lot in Phoenix to live in, but not Kaiser. Once you see what he did to it… you’ll be wishing you could live here.

The silo was purchased from a farm in Kansas and moved to Phoenix

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The inside isn’t that big, but it’s all about how you use the space

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The completed outside

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Now for the landscape

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The top of the silo has been converted into a skylight

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Now look at that door!

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Now lets step inside…

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See I told you… looks quite spacious

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Lofted bedroom

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The entire space is only 340 square feet… but it doesn’t seem like it

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The wood in the house comes from scrap plank wood

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I would live here in a heartbeat

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Pretty sweet huh?! Could you see yourself living here? Let us know below, and don’t forget to give these a share on Facebook before you go. (Photo Credits: Mark Lipczynski) (via Christoph Kaiser)