Keret House by Centrala: Thinnest Flat in The World


Keret House is a project by Jakub Szczęsny of Centrala. And is soon to be built in a narrow void between the buildings in the district of Wola, Poland.

"Keret House is said to have an interior that will vary between 122 centimeters and 72 centimeters, making it an extremely narrow crib. With a total area of 14,5 square meters, the new house will accommodate a workspace as well as a guest studio."

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

That is so cool, i wanna live in it :) x

Anonymous said...

Wola is actually a part of the capital, Warsaw ;)

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Emily said...

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The Vogue Advisor said...

Amazing pics!!!
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Mariya said...

genius

Dylana Suarez said...

This crazy yet also incredibly cool!

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david_4325@msn.com said...

Looks cool, but very claustrophobic.

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Siddhartha Joshi said...

This is really something! Quite an unusual concept...will your very fat guests also fit in?

Eoghan Cregan said...

That doesn't look very viable to me, when sitting at his desk to occupant will literally have his face to the wall.

Not one for the claustrophobic.

Maneesa S said...

These are amazing architectural buildings, the photographs do it great justice but I would love to see them in real life. From what you've shared here I know it's beautiful.

Heather Nicole said...

That doesn't look too cozy!

Raquel Victoria said...

Stumbled across your blog. Very fun and unique. This flat blows my mind. I would love to walk inside one. Thankyou for introducing these odd but neat ideas to your blog.

Michael de Waal-Montgomery said...

Brilliant post! Thanks for sharing! :D

Abbynoel24 said...

That's really neat, I would love to live in something like that because I love small, cozy spaces :) I've always wanted one of those bench/couch things that tuck into the wall underneath a window.

Carly said...

Clever, but I would get so claustrophobic. One could at least make the thing taller so as to have more space. I don't think I could exist in a space narrower than my arm width.

This could be an interesting solution to space issues though. I'm imagining a future in which there is over population.

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nikkieve said...

amazing! not sure how comfortable it would be for more then one person but definatly innovative!

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Roasted Almonds said...

I think this flat is anorexic :)
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Chris Reddie said...

Looks cool as crap! Be tough to keep clean though...

mello said...

Great idea but definately not for the claustrophobic.