Below we see the finished product which features a smart load panel that uploads real-time data about the home’s energy consumption. Silo House consists of three cylinders–one for the bedroom one for the kitchen and one for the living room:
Ready to roll with it? So are these amazing rolling huts! These wheel-clad dwellings were created to meet the need of accommodating visiting guests. They boast a low-tech design while still managing to be chic.
While most contemporary homes tend to go too far on an ultra-sleek design there is a wonderful amalgamation of form and functionality here. The designers of the space have achieved this fine balance by using glass windows in an extensive manner.
The interior of this hotel unit features wooden paneling and mini blinds as well as tile flooring and countertops. The curved walls give the space a cozy feel don’t you think?
It’s amazing how many separate areas can fit into one compact space. Below we see the sleeping loft the kitchen the dining “room” and the living area complete with a sofa bed. Hint: you can maximize your space by placing sleeping zones in out-of-the-way spots. Or using dual-purpose furniture such as a sofa that is also a bed!
We begin with the Monte-Silo House in Utah which consists of two metal grain silos placed back to back for maximum space. The front silo is the largest and generous windows allow the home’s inhabitants to take in the view of the Provo River. The second-level deck provides shading for the floor below.
A beautiful exterior garden is integrated into this level thanks to extravagant use of glass. While the social area has an open plan the bedrooms of the house offer complete privacy. Sleek and stylish décor with a tinge of brightness gives the residence a fresh and vibrant atmosphere.