7. This Will Be Your New Home
The Soviets actually carved out the bedrock out from under this 400-foot mountain in the Cold War to use as a fortress for military equipment and munitions.
Now, it is fully capable of withstanding pretty much any disaster. This aerial image shows the survival bunker's boundary line, and isn’t it huge?
8. A Home Away From Home
In this photo, you can see how typical living quarters in the shelter would look. When you have to live in a shelter for many months, it is essential to the right environment otherwise you will start to get paranoid.
To counter it, it seems pretty clear that the creators have focused on indoor activities as well. They have tried their best to make you feel as comfortable and relaxed as possible.
9. Exclusive Access
There is a personnel entry door and each family will be provided with a private 2,500-square-foot apartment.
It is a competitive process to buy a Vivos shelter. It is because the buying process is based on a co-ownership model. You will have to become a Vivos member to become a co-owner of a shelter. Once you become a member, you will enter a giant pool of members in which a selected member will become the ‘best candidate’ for each shelter.
10. A Luxurious Bunker
As there is a private 2,500-square-foot apartment for each family, they can build and design it to their own specifications.
For instance, a family can add a theater, a pool, or a deluxe bathroom. Moreover, every family will have access to a bakery, a hospital, and several restaurants.
11. An Entertainment Room
Just imagine watching your favorite film in this private screening room. You won't have to leave the building to enjoy a movie with your family.
The theater room comes with reclining leather chairs, film posters on the walls, and an LED ceiling. It won't be wrong to say that it's not far off from being in a real cinema.
12. A Luxurious Little World
The modern finishing makes the entire bunker a luxurious little world. To ensure that the shelter keeps operating without any issue, families will have to pay a base sum for their apartment and share the cost of managing and staffing the complex.
The common area amenities for the families include a wine cellar, roadways, prayer rooms, classrooms, and a television station.