While the side of the facade facing the street is clad in stone so as to keep away prying eyes the residence opens up to the backyard thanks to the extravagant use of glass. Exquisite floor-to-ceiling glass windows ensure that the huge deck space and the pool are always visually connected with the living area.
The best part of the house is right at the entrance as the street façade forces you to believe that the house is a classic Victorian structure with no hint of contemporary style. The architects had to maintain the front view as the home is located in a historically preserved neighborhood.
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:
Extensive use of glass in the form of sliding floor-to-ceiling windows also offers for visual connectivity with the gorgeous garden in the back. Stylish pendant lighting and plush décor in darker hues offer a pleasant contrast to the white walls present throughout.
Below we see an architectural detail that is one of many modern flourishes that give Paradigm homes their appeal. Another reason to love Paradigm: each dwelling is designed to maximize spaciousness!
Note the sculptural element brought to this interior by the side-by-side placement of silos. The strategic placement of silos also creates privacy. Semicircular walls surround residents with curved protection as shown below with a cozy bedroom area.
We end with a shot of the interior of the Blue Crest which once again features wooden flooring and large windows. When it comes to modular housing the interiors often reflect the modern sensibility of the homes’ exteriors. In other words sometimes less is more. Not to mention modern decor really pops inside of these dwellings: