AN architect has created plans for a future home that will protect its homeowners from wars as well as deadly diseases such as the coronavirus.
Alex Wyzhevsky, the chief architect of Modern House in Russia, created a bunker that is designed to safe harbour humans from all types of disasters.
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The shelter, named “CyberHouse LIFE”, has an area of 1370 square metres and would be located on a rocky slope on the edge of lake.
To protect the inhabitants from any dangers the home comes with bulletproof glass and is made of heavy-duty steel and monolithic concrete.
For any nuclear disasters the shelter comes with radiation and microbiological protection systems.
The bizarrely structured building is said to protect those inside from the threat of an epidemic, such as the spread of coronavirus, that has now killed over 20,000 worldwide.
Wyzhevsky said that the “housing is not only beautiful, but also as safe as possible, it’s ready to protect their residents from any cataclysm.”
According to Modern House, the shelter is built to deal with all types of climates which means it could withstand both a drought or heavy snow.
They said: “This architecture is easily adaptable to any climatic and natural features of the landscape.”
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The survival shelter is also made of durable materials and contains only green technology which is for the conservation of the nature surrounding the house.
The shelter consists of two main buildings, the first with a garage, utility unit and guest house.
The second has multi-level residential blocks with an amazing views out over the lake.
At present there is no figure for the luxury home.
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