How (and why?) do you decorate for the end of the world? At Terravivos it depends on your market audience. They are currently selling space in a luxury bunker in Europe that features wall-sized screens, a salon and a massive pool. The already dated looking suburban style communal living shelter in Indiana is almost completely booked. And their most recent option is a repurposed military facility called X-Point in South Dakota. X-Point features $25,000 bunkers situated in an “epic, secure, off-grid, high-altitude survival community” with what is described as “like-minded” people. Their shelters are marketed with the language and graphics of a gated community timeshare combined with a sense of inevitability that one of the SHTF scenarios described (Killer Comet, Planet X, Bio War etc) is just around the corner.
This entry is included in Library Stack as part of the collection Apocalyptic Lifestyles.