[Video] Grain silos—once a common site at farms across America (and the world)—are being recycled into tiny homes.
Architect Christoph Kaiser has transformed a grain silo into a home for his family—in the most surprising of places: downtown Phoenix, AZ. A tiny home, by anyone’s standards, this 340-square-foot abode exposes numerous renewal benefits and a small carbon footprint. Though unusual, it’s appropriate for the historic Garfield district and is just one of several reclamations of structures once a common site across the world.
For more information, see 6 Abandoned Grain Silos Turned into Swanky Modern Homes