They Turned An Old Grain Silo Into The Tiny Home Of Your Dreams.
The whole process took about 18 months to complete, but it was well worth it.
Naturally, all the modifications to turn this curved space into a home was quite costly, like adding plumbing for a fully working, albeit tiny bathroom with a shower. So they had to take breaks in between to recuperate financially.
A lot of the furniture and appliances had to have a 90-degree angle for this to work.
They even put in a winding staircase that led to the loft bedroom for the couple to sleep in.
To get in and out, Kaiser created a 10-foot rolling glass door that accentuated their living space.
That way, when the couple's sitting in their dining room, they can roll the door open and enjoy their beautiful backyard.
The backyard was something they had definitely added to their floor plans during the Silo home's early conception.
On a nice day, the couple could sit outside and read, drink some tea, or plant some flowers.
Not everything about this silo style living was paradise.
During their first major storm, water came in through the front and radius doors. Kaiser recalls feeling upset because as an architect it was his job to think of every possible scenario and make the home actually work.
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