Keret House is an art installation that you can live in. It currently holds the distinction of being the narrowest house in the world. Built between two buildings, in Warsaw, Poland, it is currently used as accommodation for traveling writers.
The narrowest part of the house measures just 92 cm, and the widest part is 152 cm. This is only about as wide as you could stretch out your hands.
Israeli writer Etgar Keret has made this tiny space his home. He plans to move out soon, and give this place to a colleague. This tiny structure has two floors, with a bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen and a living area.
To get inside, guests climb up a ladder that’s only slightly narrower than the house itself. They come to kitchen and a tiny bathroom which is concealed behind a sliding door.
To get to the bedroom, there is another ladder.
The bed is tucked away behind the writing desk where Etgar Keret works, and comfortably sleeps 1.
Keret House was classified a art installation because it does not meet Poland’s building codes. However, it is being used as a residence that people can visit.
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