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Off-Grid Stamp House is a Cyclone-Proof Home in North Queensland, Australia

aerodynamic Reißeck Top Terminal Competition / Zechner and Zechner

Reißeck Top Terminal Competition / Zechner and Zechner

This proposal comes from Zechner and Zechner’s winners entry for the Reißeck Top Terminal Competition, a new mountain restaurant at 2250 meters above.

Japanese Levitating House System Could Protect Homes From Earthquakes | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Japanese Levitating House System Could Protect Homes From Earthquakes

Japanese Levitating House System Could Protect Homes From Earthquakes Read more: Japanese Levitating House System Could Protect Homes From Earthquakes

Off-Grid Stamp House is a Cyclone-Proof Home in North Queensland Australia | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Off-Grid Stamp House is a Cyclone-Proof Home in North Queensland, Australia

Off-Grid Stamp House is a Cyclone-Proof Home in North Queensland Australia | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestVKontaktePrintE-mail Well, tornados are proving to be a problem that not only won’t go away, but are getting worse. The firm 10 Design has thus designed this prototype house meant to stand up to the torrents and torments of a cyclone. Courtesy of 10 Design So how does a building survive being in a tornado’s path? …

Hong Kong-based 10 Design proposes a tornado proof house that sinks into the ground at the first sign of a twister.