Concrete Canvas seems like a really neat idea. With the American public now fascinated by the de-clutter and pare-down method of keeping house – with news programs highlighting people who live in houses smaller than some cheap New York City apartments,
I’m surprised Concrete Canvas has not caught on more quickly. They even offer a house-sized dome of about 172 square feet that can be ready in just over 12 hours. For disaster victims and for those wanting to experience a non-material-based lifestyle, it seems Concrete Canvas could really capitalize on marketing to these groups.
However, I’m not sure how sturdy concrete shelters would be in a war zone. Though they offer better protection than tents, they are certainly just as easily destroyed by bombs and the like – perhaps Concrete Canvas should consider some outer coating option to help deflect war zone attacks?