Poland Thinnest Home Design by Etgar Keret

Nestled inside the interstitial room or space among two existing structures and raised up one adventure from your street sits an improbable structure, proposed then built just as one artist-in-residence live/work dwelling of extraordinary audacity and engineered ingenuity.

We have seen skinny stores and also other buildings in places like Japan before, but no single-unit residence that matches this narrow wonder where by even the bed is barely vast enough to rest one.

Transparency, translucency and also a tall angled roofs are important to making the interior experience larger than it’s. A bedroom, lounge, rest room and office are all included at various levels, giving it an expression of separation despite all spaces operating (by necessity) together identical plane.

Exposed cross-beams give each wall an expression of depth, and direct the eye up, down and out, enhancing the illusion of openness. And the enthusiasm because of this art-centric abode developed by Bartek Warzecha to make the Polish Modern Art Foundation? An extreme shorter story article author called Etgar Keret.

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