Let's face it, everyone wants to live in the wilderness at some point, but for safety measures, we have abandoned our ancestors safe haven for urban living. But, the Bunker House may be the ultimate exception to the rule. Set inside an abandoned WWII shelter in a rural part of the Netherlands, the Bunker House is a functional and cozy holiday retreat. 

With the capabilities of housing four people in nine square meters, all of the wooden furnishings were constructed with space in mind. They were customized to be folded up, slid away, or pushed up and down, an idea entirely inspired by Le Corbusier to ensure that guests have adequate space for dining. Featuring an outdoor terrace, the usable living space is expanded and re-imagined, giving guests the best of isolated retreat. Check out the gallery above and for more information, visit here