Can you imagine spending your vacation in a bunker from World War II? Although it sounds unappealing, one architect put a sleek finish on one abandoned Dutch defense bunker, turning it into a place of comfort and relaxation.
From outside, it doesn’t look like much.
But as you walk through the door you start to notice custom wood, glass, and steel elements, set against the old-timey industrial concrete.
The space is small, but extremely functional. It sleeps up to five people and features wood-paneled storage and modern lighting that have turned this old war bunker into a cozy and contemporary vacation getaway.
No piece of furniture has only one use. Bunk beds are used for sitting and sleeping, and these stools can function as seats, coffee tables, nightstands, or even stairs.
Outside is a floating wooden deck, perfect for relaxing and entertaining. Its open-air concept is a great contrast to the underground bunker.
This old defense outpost contrasts nicely with the smooth, outdoor, wooden elements.
The kitchen is bare bones, but contains the plumbing and cooking accessories needed for simple meals and cleaning.
The bunker is a unique vacation home, but one that contains everything needed for small comforts. Would you spend your vacation in a bunker from World War II? Let us know in the comments.