Last year, Israeli writer Etgar Keret commissioned Polish architect Jakub Szczesny to build what would become the world's skinniest home at only 4 feet wide. Last week, the project in Warsaw was finally completed and ready for move-in!
The two-story, 46-square-foot house, wedged into an alley, is so narrow that it leaves no room for actual stairs or even a window. Two holes in the wall offer a trickle of light into the bedroom, amenities include a wet bathroom with a showerhead above the toilet, and the fridge has room for only two drinks.
It's not exactly a space for entertaining, but Keret plans to live there off and on for six months — and then put it up for rent. Any takers?
Via Daily Mail
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