7 Eco-Shelters for Surviving the 12-21-12 Apocalypse

December 18, 2012 by  
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Survival Condo: Bunker-Apartment in the US If you were looking for a totally indestructible shelter for surviving the approaching 2012-doomsday scenario, a converted nuclear ballistic missile silo could have been a good option, but sadly this particular model is completely SOLD OUT. Retailing for just $2 million per apartment, the  Survival Condo  in Kansas, is a 14-story shelter with enough  food  to feed 70 people indefinitely. It also comes with a fitness center, a bar, a pool and a movie theatre showing videos of how the Earth looked before it all went down in flames. Vivos: A Luxury Bunker-House In the US If you cannot bear spending the apocalypse without a big flatscreen TV, a washing machine ,and a well-equipped kitchen, Vivos might be your best bet. Located beneath the Mojave Desert , these stylish interconnected underground bunkers promise to keep you, your family and animal-friends (these go for free!) safe and comfy for a long-term stay. Angebauter Tarnrucksack: Bunker-Cultural Center in Switzerland If  don’t want to spend your last days without any art and culture, then this green-roofed Cold War-era  bunker  turned cultural center might be the most clever way to spend the world’s end. Located within the Swiss Alps, Angebauter Tarnrucksack by  Atelier-f  is a solid construction, boasts a green roof and beautiful views of the mountains (we’re not sure how well these will hold post-Apocalypse), and is a true doomsday escape for the most discerning artist.

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Industrial Chic Mishima House is a Sterling Example of Low Budget Urban Housing in Japan

December 18, 2012 by  
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