Some owners, when planning to build a house, think about how to turn it into a real fortress. Our site of advice has collected projects that clearly show how fearful of a disaster can be and how houses look like, protected from everything, including a possible zombie invasion..
This cube house was built in Warsaw (Poland). The owners asked the architects to protect it as much as possible. When isolated, the house has no windows or doors. And in the open state, it is quite attractive.
This house-ark is also in Poland, but already in Krakow. The form is original, it corresponds to the terrain – the building literally hangs on the hillside. Panoramic windows, the pros and cons of which the portal wrote in detail, are closed with wide shutters, the house is completely sealed.
This mini-house on stilts is located in the forest. Thanks to the shutters and sliding walls, it can be completely enclosed from the environment. Piles also provide an increased sense of security and protect the home from dampness..
This mini home on the coast of New Zealand is relocatable. The wood finish allowed it to blend in with the surrounding landscape, and all window and door openings, if necessary, can be securely closed with shutter shields.
Camping lodge in Washington DC. Three glass walls are covered with wooden shields, which can serve as terraces when open.
This holiday home is set up in a real bunker. It turned out to be quite cozy inside, outside there is a picnic area on a wooden platform nearby.
Of course, the owners of all these houses wanted to protect their homes not from zombies, but from natural disasters and unauthorized intrusions. In any case, these projects are interesting, original and show how you can turn your home into a fortress.