The World's Skinniest House
The Keret House is only 47-inches at its widest point, yet has a bedroom, living room, bathroom and kitchen.
A few weeks back we shared Polish architecture group Centrala’s plan to build the world’s smallest apartment. Built in between two buildings in Warsaw, Poland, the plan for the home was for it to function as a live-in studio for writer Etgar Keret, providing all the necessary amenities of an apartment in a space only 47 inches wide.
Well, they finally brought that plan to fruition, and here's how it turned out.
It took three years between the conception of Centrala’s crazy concept and its completion. By the looks of it, maybe it’s not so crazy after all.
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