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The ideal micro-house to survive the zombie apocalypse

The ideal micro-house to survive the zombie apocalypse

A neozelands has created the best zombie house we've ever seen.

If you're already making plans for the inevitable zombie apocalypse, a haven where being able to live safely should be high on your priority list.

Not worth any house, it has to be difficult to assault by the living dead (counting that you can touch the gil version and not the slow one), you should be able to watch the enemies without danger, and it should be possible to live in it for long periods of time. Furthermore, access to basic services such as electricity are a plus.

A place for weekend apocalypse

Taking all this into account, it must be said that the house that Jono Williams has created in New Zealand fulfills many if not all of the entries on the list.

The concept started as a tree house created from recycled materials, but its creator wanted something more; This is how the Skysphere was born, named for its panoramic views of nature.

Created in 8-millimeter steel on a 50-ton concrete slab, it is designed to withstand earthquakes and high speed winds despite its height.

To access the house we have to climb the stairs of the inner cylinder, but not before going through the automatic door that will soon receive a fingerprint sensor.

Once inside, we don't have much space available, but enough not to be claustrophobic. The incredible views help a lot, facilitated by the windows that cover every single room.

Lacasa against zombies in which we can live but not bathe

Inside we have everything we need to survive, that is, a beer can dispenser, a sofa, a bed and a projector with speakers. In addition, it is a smart home, which means that it can be controlled by voice using our Android device.

Its creator has also implemented a voice activated zombie mode, which will prevent any undead, or not so dead, from accessing the home. And in the event of a disaster, on the roof are ultra-efficient solar cells that allow the entire interior to operate.

Its creator assures that he has spent 50,000 dollars and 3,000 hours to create this house, which is a lot considering that it does not have a sink, but it is an interesting concept of a house disconnected from the electrical network in which we can live perfectly in the middle of the nature.