Did you hear? There’s a new Star Wars movie coming out. And one of the ways Lucasfilm and Disney are choosing to spread awareness (along with millions in TV commercials) is officially licensed art exhibits.
It may look like a prototype for NiteOwl's Owlship invaded by some alien organism, but architect Robert Bruno's 100-ton steel house is the result of his vision and tenacity in making that vision come true.
We're going to need hardened steel habitats after the zombie apocalypse. That might have been what Robert Bruno, architect, had in mind when he created this cool design for his own house in Texas. It took him twenty-three years to build and he used tons and tons of steel (110 tons, to be exact). The house, which has…