Thursday, June 28, 2012

Need a Zombie Bunker?, pt. 2

This particular home has been around the internet for about a year now, so it's possible you've seen it, but I still feel it's worthy of mentioning, simply because it is AMAZING.

Built between 2005 and 2009, this house has 'movable parts' and actually folds in on itself, completely sealing out any threat from the outside world.

During the day, the house is open and creates a courtyard and very open feel. By dusk, it's closed up tight and the only way in is over by drawbridge to the second floor where visitors have to wait within a 'safety zone' before being allowed to enter.

It's designed by the Polish architecture firm KWK Promes, and it looks to be the best zombie-proof structure I've ever seen.

Check it out:

Aim high. Run fast.


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