This building started off as a rather modest Grain Silo. However, after the ingenious design of architect Christoph Kaiser, it is now compact and stylish home split over two levels.
Located Arizona this 1955 corrugated steel wall grain silo has a footprint of 230sf and an impressive 340 sf of livable space.
Kaiser aimed to create a sense of spaciousness and simplicity by,
“Accommodating all functions for living in a two-story walnut and black steel crescent that hugs the silo’s southern perimeter. This approach maximizes construction efficiency, usable floor space, and the perceived spatial volume of the interior.”
Photography by Mark Lipczynski