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Artist Envisions Futuristic Fort-Like Homes Designed to Withstand Hurricanes

Spanish designer Dionisio Gonzales creates surreal forts meant to endure natural disasters such as hurricanes.

Are you someone who fears the day when a hurricane is going to come and destroy your home and everything in it, leaving you homeless and struggling to find safe spaces to live? If so, you aren’t alone. In fact, there was a festival that was very much focused on just that very thought. In Marbella, Spain, called “Architecture of Resistance”, homes that were designed to specifically stay safe from hurricanes were shown off.

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You can take a look at these photos here and see for yourself just how futuristic they look. While they are certainly not the most beautiful pieces of art if you are looking at how we build our homes now, it’s intriguing to see just want sorts of designs would be used to deter any hurricane that happened to threaten our world.

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It’s refreshing, too, to see that the human race is, in fact, attempting to prepare for a terrifying future no matter how scary that may seem to all of us.  It’s nice to be prepared and ready for anything the world may throw at us, than unprepared and scrambling to make arrangements last minute.  It just proves to us that maybe there is hope for us all if we just believe that we can accomplish everything that is seen in these photos.

Now people are starting to wonder when these will actually be created in real life to bring us hope and survival in the chance of an emergency.

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Dionisio González Via The Huffington Post

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