Underground secret: a summer home from a bunker

Underground secret: a summer home from a bunker

The only thing that distinguishes this bunker from hundredsOthers scattered all over Europe - it is a nearby wooden platform and a table with chairs. It would seem that she does not belong here at all, and in general, it is unclear how she found herself in the middle of the meadows of the Netherlands. But taking a step inside the concrete bunker, you will understand everything. Under the ground there is something completely unexpected - a summer country house equipped with elegant furniture and all the necessary modern amenities, I take into account such an amazing superstructure. The Belgian architectural studio B-ild originally created a house from the bunker as an advertising trick for one Dutch company, but then the house became so popular that it was decided to turn it into a summer residence that tourists can rent for any period. Bunker houseThe historical integrity of the structure remainsOutside unchanged, just as before, the bunker is disguised and looks like a grassy hill. In the interior also preserved tiny embrasure windows, rusting door frames and rough walls of bare concrete. This bunker remained intact after World War II. Summer house from the bunkerIn the house from the bunker there are two main rooms. In the elongated corridor at the entrance, designers equipped a modern kitchen with all the necessary equipment. Entry and kitchen of the house in the bunkerBunker-Pavilion-04In the main room of the bunker - sleeping andDining area. The rough texture of concrete and reinforcement is softened by furniture and woodwork. Pleasant tan color of wood and yellow lighting fills the gloomy space with coziness and warmth. The house from the bunker can shelter up to four people. Two bunk beds, a folding dining table for four and a couple of cabinets - that's all the utensils of a tiny residence. Bunker-Pavilion-05Bunker-Pavilion-06 In any case, the house from the bunker is used only at night or in bad weather. At other times, tourists enjoy fresh air, a warm sun and beautiful pastoral views. Bunker-Pavilion-07 Photos: b-ild

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