Would you be able to live in a house that was just four feet wide? That& right - four feet wide! Well, Polish architect Jakub Szczesny began designing the Keret House about three years ago when he discovered a tiny space between two buildings in Warsaw.
In the crack between the buildings on 22 Chłodna St. and 74 Żelazna St., Jakub Szczęsny designed an art installation entitled Etgar Keret's House, which shall become the narrowest house in Warsaw, since its interior will come to 133 centimeters in.
This Tiny Apartment Is Built Inside a Storage Unit. According to Karin Matz, a young architect based in Stockholm, this tiny space had been used as a storage space for furniture for 30 years before she happened upon an ad for the unit.
The Keret house is the worlds thinnest house, Warsaw, Poland, by architect Jakub Szczesny. The house is inspired by Israeli writer Etgar Keret who produced a collection of very short stories (such as Suddenly, a Knock on the Door).