For the second year in a row, Architects Southwest has inspired 200 applicants from 12 countries to design imaginative zombie-proof architecture that will save thousands of lives during the inevitable zombie apocalypse. The goal of the competition is to “design a haven that can withstand a full-on zombie assault on civilization as we know it.”
These creative designs may one day save you from the dead, therefore voting is important. Click here to browse through the entries and give thumbs up to your favorite designs. Voting ends on Halloween, October 31st, 2011.
Continue reading to view some of the top competitors.
The Oil Silo Home reuses abandoned Oil Silos to create a self-sufficient, zombie proof multi-family complex.
The Zombie Ranch safely houses residents in a zombie-powered vertical farm.
The Eiffel Tower adapts to provide all basic human needs with a wind turbine, rain water collection, vertical farming, and electric legs forbidding any zombie to climb the tower.
The Submersible Z House allows tenants to live a luxurious life uninterrupted, with a built-in greenhouse, fish farm, tidal powered turbines constructed of razor blades, and a fully-armed luxurious escape pod for backup.
The Zoasis living complex provides zombie incineration to produce energy, a vertical farm and aquaponics system for fine dining, a driving range facing zombie infested land, and hybrid airships connecting families of the zonation worldwide.