When Tesla released their futuristic yet apocalypse-ready Cybertruck, the world was left scratching their heads about the angular shape and lack of lines. There were no shortage of Cybertruck-inspired designs that came after, including the Cybunker from Lars Büro and now, the Cyberhouse from Russian design firm Modern Houses. They bill it as “a self-sufficient multi-level bunker designed for living in a range of extreme conditions from Z Day to a nuclear fallout.” This is an apt description, but it’s just as much gorgeously brutalist evil villain lair with with reinforced concrete, exposed steel, shielded windows with metallic blinds, airlocks and dedicated Cybertruck elevator situated right in the middle of the space. The 3,230 square foot space is designed to comfortably accommodate 6-7 people while you ride out the apocalypse, so there’s plenty of room for your family and a few close to friends.
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