Day: July 13, 2020

This Underground Bunker Design Aims to Simulate Real-Life With Artificial Sunlight, Bike Paths, and Dog Walking Areas

Photo credit: Instagram / Sergey Makhno Architects
Photo credit: Instagram / Sergey Makhno Architects

From House Beautiful

Back in March, we brought you news that, as the coronavirus spread across the globe, the luxury bunker company Survival Condos—which creates survival condos out of former World War II bunkers—had seen a sudden a spike in interest. What caused this? In short, fear. Folks were looking to quarantine and these former WWII bunkers seemed like a safe spot.

As far as COVID-19 goes, hunkering down in a doomsday bunker isn’t any safer than just quarantining in your own home. However, the idea of luxury bunkers built to last through everything — including an apocalypse— is still going strong. Sergey Makhno Architects, located in Ukraine, recently drew up a design plan for its own modern-day doomsday shelter. Unlike Survival Condos, these bunkers would be located completely underground, but still manage to offer the comforts and security of an

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The new Airbus A220 is being eyed for use as a private jet. See inside a $91.5 million design with its own cinema suite and master bedroom

An Airbus A220 private jet concept rendering.
An Airbus A220 private jet concept rendering.

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  • Three aircraft interior design and completion management companies have joined forces to come up with a cabin concept for an Airbus A220 private jet. 

  • The A220 entered commercial service in 2016 with Swiss International Air Lines and has been a success with every airline it flies. 

  • It’s now being eyed for its potential as a private jet for use by the mega-rich thanks to its low operating costs and a large amount of floor space. 

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The Airbus A220 revolutionized aviation in 2016 when it made its commercial debut and now, three companies are looking to make it into a private jet for the ultra-wealthy. 

Airliners turned private jets are status symbols among the elite who can afford not only the multi-million dollar price tag of the jets but the

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