Claustrophobic much? For the city code violations this tiny structure presented, the city zoned this as an art instillation. This petite Polish Structure, jammed into a gap and sandwiched between two buildings, is 4 feet at its widest point. Located in Warsaw, Poland the house is a dwelling spot for Israeli writer Etgar Keret.
Etgar Keret inside this amazing house
Designed by architect Jakub Szczęsny of Centrala, it takes up about 150 square feet of once-unused space, filling the gap between a post-war co-op building and a prewar ex-Jewish tenement with a small kitchen, dining area, a small bathroom — about the same size as an airplane bathroom, bedroom and desk.
Everything had to be kept to the essentials. The formation is a steel cage positioned on two tunnel-like foundations.
Here’s the layout of the house
You enter through the bottom
Here’s the kitchen… the house is fully functional
Nearly impossible to notice what it is when walking by
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