The kitchen celebrates the corrugated metal construction of the silo complementing the cool silver tones with warm wooden cabinets. Metallic drawer pulls and handles tie it all together:
Set in the city of Lima this beautiful contemporary house showcases the current urban side of the nation. This 136 square meter residence is dubbed as the Seta House. Designed by Martín Dulanto Architect the modern home is a flowing amalgamation of spectacular style and lavish lifestyle.
There’s no denying that recycling helps the planet. So it’s no surprise that recycled (or upcycled) homes are the ultimate in sustainable living! Today we feature upcycled silos that have been transformed into amazing dwellings. It’s interesting that a container used to store grain can later be used to house people. Sound too surprising to believe? The pictures below are the proof…
A curved staircase features a slatted rail that mirrors the corrugated lines of the wall. Once again metal and wood combine to create a look that is rustic yet industrial at the same time. Perfect for a space that used to be a silo! Below we see a bedroom that features a “Bed in a Box” concept. The best part: each one of these beds includes stereo sound and a flat screen monitor!
Upstairs on the wooden staircase and we leave the rocky world behind. That’s where the bedrooms are. Neat rich in details and inviting the rooms are decorated to suit a purpose — relaxation.