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.
This opulent five-bedroom home has everything from a refreshing pool to a large terrace space that offers unabated views of the surrounding landscape. The home clubs open living with ample privacy to offer the best of both worlds.
Next we shine the spotlight on Paradigm a prefab home that made a splash at Greenbuild 2012 in San Francisco California. This series of homes was developed by Bogue Trondowski Architects in conjunction with Method Homes:
Below we see a “before” shot of the silo. It’s hard to believe it would soon become an upscale lodging destination! This unit can accommodate up to two adults and two children:
An open living space on the ground floor is the essence of the entire revamp as it stays constantly connected with the world outside. The refreshing pool and a green backyard are integrated visually into the living area by employing floor-to-ceiling slidding glass windows. The arcades rounded windows and the basic outline of the church are unaltered to ensure that the legacy of the past does not go unnoticed.
Large glass windows and sliding glass doors also keep those inside visually connected with the world outside at all times. Refined and refreshing in its outlook this Californian residence is for those who love to enjoy life at their own relaxed pace!
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.