August 24, 2016

Remodelled Silo Tiny House (340 Sq Ft)

Unique, innovative, and just 340 sq ft.

Made from a former grain silo that dates back to 1955, this tiny home was redesigned into a comfortable, modern home for its owner, architect Christoph Kaiser, and his wife. Located in downtown Phoenix’s Garfield Historic District, the home spans two-storeys and utilizes walnut and black steel to create a sleek, modern look.

The home's fist floor contains a full kitchen, a dining room, a sofa to relax on, and a hidden bathroom. In the upstairs loft, accessible by a spiral staircase, is the home's bedroom. The owners have also done a great job of cultivating an outdoor living space with gardens and a patio.

Images photographed by Mark Lipczynski

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