At first glance, this just looks like a giant boulder, but upon closer inspection, you’ll find a cozy home, complete with a bed, fold-out table, stool, fireplace, and windows. Called Antoine, this inconspicuous structure is not only perfect for the zombie apocalypse, but it captures the long-standing Swiss tradition of hidden bunkers and military infrastructure. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.
Antoine is also a tribute to the alpine experience as well as the words of French philosopher Paul Virilio. My Modern Met says, “His 1975 writings spoke of bunker archaeology and the principles of camouflage. These themes fascinate Bureau A, and they’ve translated them into a mysterious concrete building whose well-crafted exterior doubles as a work of art.”