The House Hiding Underground During Natural Disasters



Kevlar clad home, nanotechnology, future house
Architects 10design came up with a house that solves the problem of withstanding tornados and other natural calamities by hiding underground utilizing a hydraulic system. This Kevlar-clad home is coming back to the surface after the weather is back to norm. This home is to be self-sufficient as it absorbs pollutants, carbon dioxide and toxins using carbon nanotubes and photocatatlyic coatings.
Via: designlaunches.com
Kevlar clad house, nano technology, future home

Kevlar clad home, nanotubes, future building

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