The hottest new trend for the .01 percent? Safe rooms, darling.
Billionaires are outfitting their abodes with ultra-luxe safe spaces that cost up to half a million dollars, according to a Town & Country story in the September issue of the glossy, which hits stands tomorrow.
The shelters are designed to protect against everything from natural disasters to home invasions and ISIS attacks, and come complete with infrared cameras, facial recognition software for entry, ballistic fiberglass to protect against explosions, air filtration units and bad-guy-distracting fog that’s activated with the touch of a button.
“They may want a facility that’s nuclear-proof, but they also want it to look like a Ritz-Carlton,” Lana Corbi tells T&C. She and her husband run the security firm Strategically Armored & Fortified Environments.