Disaster-Chic Homes: What’s Their Allure?

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February 19, 2015

Gizmodo documents the bizarre trend where designers and builders are developing homes for upscale buyers that greatly resemble temporary homes and disaster shelters.

These homes, which writer Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan dubs “Disaster Chic,” are structures that can be constructed quickly, either  through prefabrication or 3-D printing, yet are sturdy enough to face a zombie apocalypse.

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