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Luxury bunkers seen as elite trend

February 5, 2018


Each residence can be customized with high-end finishes like LED screens that give the illusion of skylights and windows.


U.S. futurist Ross Milroy notes that a trend is emerging among the wealthy towards creating luxury “doomsday bunkers” that could survive anything from a hurricane to a nuclear attack.
“Developers have been designing these self-contained luxury bunkers built into mountainsides, decommissioned military installations and other locations that are off the grid and out of harms way,” Milroy claims.
“These bunkers have shown that the 'pod-like' style of living is possible and it's only a matter of time until this technology makes its way into our everyday lives.”
The bunkers are sizeable luxury units outfitted with everything one may need to live a normal, comfortable life for a year or even longer.
“These modular units could be stacked, similar to traditional condominiums,” he noted.

 

 

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