What's it like to live in the narrowest house in the worldPictolic
A small dwelling called Keret House, which is the narrowest house in the world, is located in Warsaw. It was created by Jakub Szczesny (Jakub Szczesny) of the design firm Centrala using the Polish Modern Art Foundation.
Before showing you the finished appearance of construction, we offer you to take a moment to see how it looked original space between the two buildings that people are used to littering.
And now, a closer look at the photo below, you can see the completed house, constructed between two buildings on Chlodna streets, 22 and Zelazna, 74 in Warsaw.
The width of the house is 122 cm in its widest part and only 92 cm — at the narrowest.
Take a look at the layout of the house.
The house is now a temporary home for traveling writers.
Folded ladder perform the function of floors main living area.
The ground floor has small bathroom, kitchen and living area.
The bathroom with shower is located behind the frosted door, and the kitchen has a tiny stove and sink.
That's such a tiny table and chairs.
On the second floor is accessible by a staircase, which is visible to the right.
Desk on the second floor.
And the bed next to the window.