Austin and Mergold Show Potential Silo Architecture with Campbell's Tomato

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Nov 15, 2009   Updated: Jul 14 2011 • References: austin-mergold & dornob
Designer company Austin and Mergold have come up with an ingenious way to show how they might turn a vacant silo into a cute house. And they’re doing it with soup cans. In order to perhaps make silo architecture more palatable, they’re created these adorable demos.

Silo architecture is a great idea for reusing resources that currently sit unused. The soup can displays show just how cute silo architecture could be.

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