At first glance, this appears to be just a patch of grass, but step inside, and you’ll see that it’s an abandoned World War II shelter turned home. Located in a rural part of the Netherlands, the Bunker House spans just nine square meters, but features all custom wooden furnishings that can be folded up, slid away, or pushed up and down for space. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“The wall-mounted beds hold up to four people, and the same space serves as both a dining area and kitchen. An outdoor terrace more than doubles the usable living space, and occupies the same footprint as the bunker itself, providing guests some perspective on just how much concrete lies in the walls,” according to Uncrate.