Standing between two buildings on Żelazna Street in Warsaw, Poland is a rather peculiar sight… a house. Of course, simply being a house isn’t what makes it peculiar. It’s the fact that the space between the two other buildings is less than 1.4m (5ft).
“Keret House”, an artistic concept presented in 2009, is the world’s thinnest house. Designed by architect Jakub Szczęsny from the Polish firm Centrala, the house is three stories high and takes up a extremely minimalist space formerly used by residents as a bit of a dumping ground.
Featuring a kitchen, lounge, bathroom and bedroom is as remarkable as it is bizarre. The rent better be cheap. And just imagine directing people to your house, “It’s just after number 22. No you’ve passed it. Before number 26. You’ve passed it again. Yes it is a very small place.”
All in all, I’m not really a fan…
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