Warsaw is now home to the completed Keret House project, and it has to be one of the most narrow homes in the world. Though we’ve been keeping track of this home from the beginning conceptual phases it’s time to see some actual as built photos of the interior and more from design firm Centrala.
Though it can’t technically be labeled a home (since it breaks all kinds of codes/laws in Poland), it is considered an art installation. At a microscopic 44 square feet– it hardly sounds like a home, but upon seeing the ultimately narrow space it all starts to make sense. But even with its tiny footprint, it plays host to a bedroom, bathroom and kitchen with it’s widest point just under 5 feet. Claustrophobia, anyone?