what are materials that are earthquake proof?

I’m doing a project and we have to make a earthquake proof house what materials should I use?

Ahhh This is a very intricate (complicated) question. Earthquakes "quake" in different frequencies, which means some structures will wobble (jello like), and others will purely crumble.

Technically no material is earthquake proof, but to build a structure such as a house to survive it is possible. You would need a sturdy foundation, by this I mean it may need to be cemented or entirely underground (which will take the majority of the shock). Above this foundation, your actual house must have a shock system (much like coils, or like a suspension system that can accomodate sideways movement). This "suspension" system will absorb the large majority of the Earth’s crust movement, which can shear normal wood beams and steel graters in buildings.