A survival shelter is no longer the sad and almost prison-like structure we all have come to think about in the past decades. The advances of architecture and the care of designers have resulted in a superb example of a survival shelter. This structure isn’t just a shelter, but could be easily considered a home. Twenty feet underground resides a lovely dwelling, fitted with anything a regular house can provide and bigger than a New York apartment. You can have the luxury of a secure cozy bedroom, a common bathroom and space for kitchen activities, bunk beds and private study, and a large living perfect for throwing a small party with other survivalists. And all of this so hard to imagine from the modest entrance, closely watched over by security cameras. Check out the pictures and see for yourself that we are not kidding when we say it will change your mind about survival shelters.
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