Modern Monte-Silo House in Utah

Modern Monte-Silo House in Utah

Designed to accommodate a bachelor and his weekend guests, the Monte-Silo house in Utah looks like the perfect party house. Located close to Provo River and surrounded by an amazing scenery, it links two corrugated-metal grain silos that adds to its uniqueness. Warm in winter and cool in summer, the metal house proves interesting from an eco-friendly angle. With a southern exposure that adds natural daylight and maximizes the solar heat, the house also features an electric mesh embedded into the floor as backup . As for the interior, we’re sold on the “bed in a box” concept where you can rest after a long day with the buds.  – Via

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5 comments

  • Conceptrends March 16, 2009 at 18:50 PMLogin to Reply →

    It looks like it is made from aluminium.

    Doesn’t this make itvery hot in the summer?

  • Whitney April 3, 2009 at 18:24 PMLogin to Reply →

    My mother was brought home from the hospital to a silo, that her family lived in due to a fire that destroyed there home. This is just how I imagined it.

  • MLuxe – Distinctive Home Style » Blog Archive » Silo Living September 3, 2009 at 14:05 PMLogin to Reply →

    […] having a tower in your house? What if your whole house was a tower? One homeowner in Utah built a circular house that looks like a silo. Instead of storing grain, two circular metal structures house a cool modern […]

  • Grain Silos Converted into Contemporary Rural Home | Designs & Ideas at Dornob November 23, 2009 at 21:09 PMLogin to Reply →

    […] Tucked away in the wilds of the rural American Midwest one might not suspect the nature of this home from a distance – it is, after all, easy to mistake for the two silos that were joined to […]

  • Paul Stencell Jr June 6, 2011 at 05:10 AMLogin to Reply →

    Hey I absolutely love this idea for a house. I live up here in Canada and just love this idea because for thing you’d never have to replace shingles or replace your tin rooves in my families case. I’m just alittle curious about winter and insulating it,