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Daily Delight: Flying silo for holidays

Daily Delight: Flying silo for holidays

by Jay Garcia 0 comments

In a piece of architectural genius, two old grain silos have been converted into a surprisingly attractive and functional holiday home.

The three-storey structure in Utah can comfortably accommodate a family of four and includes a loft, family room and study, along with two bathrooms and three beds (see below).

The largest of the corrugated-metal silos is arranged to have the best views and access to a nearby river while allowing for solar heating.

The home also includes beds that are built into the wall, with each bed featuring a sound system and flat-screen monitor.

(Images: Gigaplex Architects)

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