Tornado proof house evades bad weather conditions for minimal damage
In such times where natural disasters are on the rise around the globe, designers are coming up with niche ideas to counter nature’s fury. This time around intellectual architects at 10 Design have come up with a prototype design for a house that can take on extreme weather conditions. Designed particularly to evade the power of tornados, floods and hurricanes the invincible building can change its directions at will to avert damage. This all is possible with the high-tech mechanism used in this ultra-futuristic house design. The hydraulics used for the movement allow the building to be pulled down to the underground level as high winds kick-in. Once the building goes under the ground a roof carved specially locks it all together, making it wind and water-proof. Once the conditions are back to normal, the building rises to the level surface again.