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It’s not uncommon to completely rethink life as we know it because of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re thinking the way we are, it’s time to cut ties to everything and move underground in a perfectly appointed bunker like the Underground House Plan B from Sergey Makhno Architects that you see here. If the design ethos of perfect design meets modern creature comforts seems familiar, that’s because the firm Sergey Makhno Architects is also responsible for the private residence known as the Rose House that we covered recently. But Underground House Plan B is different in more than a few ways. It includes multiple entrances, a helipad, a water treatment system, generator, a well, plenty of living space with below the surface protection, layers of electrical equipment, medicine stores, isolators, multiple exits and an “evacuation ring.” In other words, this living space has everything you need–included a glass-encased tree and enormous dining table in the living area–to live through the apocalypse.

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While we’re all for critter prints on our swimwear, there’s something to be said for more subdued yet equally interesting prints that don’t require a clothing change before heading to the local watering hole after a swim. Enter Wellen. Wellen’s Lined Swim Trunks have vintage-inspired prints in a number of different styles that work well on their own, along with being easily paired with tees or button-downs for your after swim plans. Built in boxer brief style from a quick-drying poly blend with spandex, you’ll look good, be comfortable and dry wherever you park yourself. Get yours today.