This dwelling, made partly of clay and cardboard, is one of 6 houses set up in a model "future house" display in Australia. They're instant houses for a world of mobile communities built from recycled materials.

According to design firm Xenian:

This innovative public exhibition showcased sustainable design excellence and environmental innovations in 6 Houses made from clay, concrete, timber, steel, cardboard, and glass and 2 creative responses that showcase sustainable gardens. Futuristic use of LED lighting is the norm in the timber House of the Future.

My favorite part is the corrugated steel garage door that covers over the wall of windows when the zombies/megastorms/robot soldiers/roving impoverished hordes come through.

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via Xenian (spotted on NotCot)

A modular, reconstituted cardboard house for post-apocalyptic instant cities

A modular, reconstituted cardboard house for post-apocalyptic instant cities

A modular, reconstituted cardboard house for post-apocalyptic instant cities

A modular, reconstituted cardboard house for post-apocalyptic instant cities