move along in the project. For instance, our kitchen is round and in
the center of our house. It's a grain silo. Silo's stored grains.
Grains make bread and cereal. We'll store our bread and cereal in the
kitchen. Hence, our kitchen is a grain silo. Simple in concept but
not always so simple in execution.
I've decided to use the Westeel-Roscoe grain silo's for our house. The
company started in 1905 as Westeel Limited and has been the leading
supplier of corrugated grain bins for over a century, dominating the
Saskatchewan farm landscape. The photo above shows the first piece of
the silo wall that encloses our kitchen pantry. It will continue up
about 8-10' and will finish with the stencil sheet at the top
displaying the Westeel-Roscoe logo. Around the front the steel will
continue along the floor to encase the front of our kitchen, which is
raised up off the ground 15". I'm not in the process of deciding
whether I want to rework the steel bin roof into becoming a light
canopy over our kitchen. I think it could be quite excellent, but
would likely consume a week's worth of effort.