The world's narrowest house

Thursday, November 1, 2012

The world's narrowest house

The house in the capital, Warsaw, Poland, called the Israeli writer Etgar Keret who is named in the Book World record with the title of the world's narrowest house.


The house has a total area of about 14m ², width is 1.2 meters and the narrowest spot 72cm (image). Architect Jakub Shchesny, Poland, is the author of mini-structures mentioned above. Although very small in size, but the house is fully equipped with 4 floors, each floor has a bedroom, living room, bathroom and kitchen. The house is equipped with a folding ladder remote control. To build this project, the authorities in Warsaw contributed nearly $ 50,000.