Tour the world's skinniest house, which measures just 36 inches at its narrowest
Bartek Warzecha/Polish Modern Art Foundation
The two-floor space - which contains a mini kitchen, bathroom, living area, and bedroom - measures between 36 inches and 48 inches, according to a Contemporist report.
The compact home was built in 2012 by the architect Jakub Szczesny as an art installation for the Polish Modern Art Foundation, which owns the space.
Though Keret House has been open to the public since October 2012, it's not always available to visitors.
The installation is currently closed for maintenance works, according to a spokesperson for Keret House.
When it is open to the public, houseguests are received by the writer Etgar Keret, who is the patron of the property and chooses who can stay there. While no one lives there permanently, the micro-home accommodates artists in residence who stay there for short periods of time, the spokesperson told Business Insider.
Take a look inside the house below:
- Top energy efficient front load washing machines
- Best BLDC ceiling fans in India
- Check out these electric toy bikes for your kids
- Best double bed comforters with reversible design
- Best sanitizers to keep your hands germ-free
- Delhivery IPO allotment
- Reliance Retail
- Bitcoin Mining
- Reliance JIO
- Best Deal on Smartphones
- Unacademy offline Classes
- Hubble Space
- 5G Phones Under Rs. 20000
- Paytm Market Value
- Reliance Industries
- Ambassador Electric Cars
- Hiring in BEL
- Adani Green
- Paradeep Phosphates balance sheet
- Spam Calls in India
- Whatsapp Reaction