The Worlds Thinnest Home in Warsaw of Poland
Frekish Point Nov 9, 2018
Szczesny, who is one of the co-founders of arts group Centrala, approached Israeli writer Etgar Keret to get involved in the project and the pair started developing a triangular house with just enough space for a single inhabitant to live and work.
"It requires a sense of humour, as you cannot stay long in a place like this," joked Szczesny. Claustrophobics look away NOW! You see that grey column in between those two buildings? Well, that is a building itself. This minuscule home found in a side street in Warsaw is the creation of architect Jakub Szczesny.
Rumoured to have a maximum width of 122 centimetre, this house really does brings a new meaning to living within your means. “[Staying here] requires a sense of humour, as you cannot stay long in a place like this,” joked Szczesny.