Come see what the world’s narrowest house is like at 1.2 meters wide

Kenny Ong Contributor

By Kenny Ong in Architecture on Wednesday 28 January 2015

You’ll be forgiven for walking right pass it since the Keret House is wedged firmly in between two large buildings at only 1.2 meters wide. Built at a cost of 70,000 Euros (over US$80,000) in Warsaw, Poland, it is highly likely that this is the narrowest home in the world. With a total floor space of 45 square meters, it’s a mere 36 inches wide at its narrowest point and 48 inches at its widest.

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Warsaw’s Pepper Pirate

Piotr Szymaniak Reader Find

By Piotr Szymaniak in Cool Websites on Saturday 1 May 2010

Karol Grygoruk, acting as the Pepper Pirate, takes pictures of hipsters and strangers amidst the coolest spots in Warszawa. He catches the dark side of the city and the colorful people who sin there.

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Floating platform for water purification

Piotr Szymaniak Reader Find

By Piotr Szymaniak in New Events on Monday 26 April 2010

Have you ever thought about how much energy you might be wasting just using your muscles to move your body? Well, Jakub Szczęsny from Warsaw clearly has. He has decided to collect the energy of people exercising outdoors by building, in conjunction with a group of engineers and the team the FunBec.eu foundation, a synchronised […]

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