Newlywed couple converts grain silo into unusual first home (Video)
Grain silos don’t have to be restricted to holding grain. In fact, we’ve seen them converted into anything from climbing walls to interactive urban spaces.
They can also be converted into small homes, as this newlywed couple did, transforming an old silo from 1955 into their first home. Located in Phoenix, Arizona, this awesome 366-square-foot house was designed and built by architect Christoph Kaiser and stylist Shauna Thibault. Kaiser initially bought the silo off Craigslist, thinking that he would use it to store tools. But what they did instead is create a delightful place that they now call home, as you can see from this video tour via Zillow: