Contemporary Living in a Missile Silo

Missile base Atlas F Site converted to home -  Round living space supported by central pillar

If, like Bruce Townsley, you’d like a bigger challenge than a conventional home remodel, a nuclear missile base may be the way to go.

Missile base Atlas F Site converted to home -  Round living space supported by central pillar. Bedroom area

In 1997, Bruce Townsley bought this 2,200 sq ft missile silo in Texas for $99,000.

Missile base Atlas F Site converted to home -  Round living space supported by central pillar. Clean and cluster-free Kitchen area

Townsley’s completely round living space revolves around a center pillar from which it is suspended. The aesthetic is simple and clutter-free.

Missile base Atlas F Site converted to home -  Round living space supported by central pillar. Bathroom area

The only question is – can you live without windows?

From Wired via Gizmodo

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