Architect Christoph Kaiser purchased a dismantled grain silo from a Kansas farmer and turned it into a 190 sq ft tiny house for him and his wife in Phoenix, Arizona.
Photos: Mark Lipczynski
Kaiser fabricated all of the doors and windows in the structure.
Scrap walnut plank flooring purchased on Craigslist for $350 accounted for most of the interior wood. Kaiser designed the curved-faced cabinets, the dining table, the sofa, and the lamp that has hooks for pots and pans.
The upstairs sleeping loft, accessible by a spiral staircase.
The bathroom features white ceramic glazed penny tile, a Duravit toilet and a custom vanity.
A sliding 9-foot-wide door opens to the outdoors.