A House Made from 110 Tons of Steel

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 tons of crazy geometric shaped walls, skylights, and windows, sits on a river near Lubbock, Texas. Pics of the interior and early stages of construction (circa 1974) after the jump.

Here is somebody inside the house:

A House Made from 110 Tons of Steel

Here is ground-breaking in 1974:

A House Made from 110 Tons of Steel

And here are two later stages in the construction:

A House Made from 110 Tons of Steel

A House Made from 110 Tons of Steel

Images by Robert Bruno

Robert Bruno via Offbeat Homes