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The narrowest house in the world has been recently completed. Keret House opened its doors — or door. Designed by Jakub Szczęsny, the Keret House has 14 square metres of floorspace, and has an interior that varies in width from 72cm to 122cm. Visitors have to enter via a staircase that leads to a wooden ladder up through a trapdoor. According to Szczęsny the house wasn’t design to be a proper home but more as an artist studio.
Architect Jakub Szczęsny of Centrala will built for the Israeli writer Etgar Keret the narrowest house (72 – 133 cm) between two buildings in Warsaw, Poland. The Narrow House will feature a compact kitchen, small bathroom, modern workstation, and comfortable bedroom. He will have an area of 14.5 m2 at his disposal – the width of furniture is limited to 1.22 metres to allow passage. The entrance steps descend and retract by remote control.
The residential program, conducted in the heart of Wola, is supposed to produce creative work conditions and become a significant platform for world intellectual exchange.