starcom68 (starcom68) wrote in lost_fortresses,

Бункеры для жилья

Станислав Десятников прислал офигительную вещь. Ссылку на блог где пишут про современные дома-бункеры. Эти чудеса дизайнрской мысли архитекторов надо видеть. Думаю, что многие бы не отказались жить в таких сооружениях в замен скучной виллы или квартиры в Москве. Ниже набрасываю несколько наиболее понравившихсямне картинок и даю ссылку.

Shigeru Ban’s apartments secured by rolling metal shutters, here’s a concrete house near Stuttgart that can be sealed with sliding screens

This dreamy holiday bunker designed by Portuguese studio Phyd Arquitectura is sunk into the landscape, overlooking the hills near Torres Novas.

Japanese firm Kazunori Fujimoto Architect & Associates have completed a concrete house in Fukuoka that resembles a half-submerged submarine

Architecture students Felix de Montesquiou and Hugo Kaici have designed the headquarters for a conceptual company that would help customers migrate illegally from Europe to the UK.

This concrete house in Hiedaira, Shiga Prefecture, Japan, by Kyoto firm Thomas Daniell Studio, is located next door to the house and studio we published on Dezeen last week

This villa by Athens firm decaArchitecture is one of a collection of 24 to be introduced to the Greek island of Antiparos by Athens developers Oliaros.

Dutch architect Frank Havermans has built a sunken concrete pavilion by a stream in St. Oedenrode, the Netherlands.

Photographer Edmund Sumner has shared with us his photos of this house that cost just $12,000 to build by Matharoo Associates in Ahmadabad, India, featuring shutters weighted with concrete balls

BCHO Architects have completed this house buried in the ground in Seoul, Korea

Patkau Architects of Vancouver have won a competition to design six houses in the nature reserve surrounding Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater house in Pennsylvania.

Photographer Roland Halbe has sent us his photographs of a holiday home in Spain by Anton García-Abril of Ensamble Studio, cast in the earth and hollowed out by a cow.

Greek architects KLab Architecture have completed an extension to a bar in Athens with a facade clad in rusted steel.

Hong Kong architects Cheungvogl have designed two identical houses to be built side by side in Tokyo, Japantwo-houses-in-tokyo-by-cheungvogl-333.jpg

Вот это мне понравилось больше всего, хотя тут на лицо конверсия.
Leeds Metropolitan University graduate Charlotte Wilson was awarded Best in Show at London graduate show Free Range this year for her proposal to convert a bunker into a museum.Click above for larger image

This house outside Warsaw by Polish architect Robert Konieczny transforms from a villa by day to a fortress by night.Safe House by Robert Konieczny

Все эти бункеры с подробными фотографиями и чертежами можно посомтреть вот здесь:

Tags: Бункеры, Холодная война

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