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Jakub Szczesny’s Keret House is the World’s Narrowest Building

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by Beth Buczynski last modified Jan 23, 2014


Could you live in house no wider than a door frame? Etgar Keret can. The Israeli writer is now the proud owner of the world's narrowest building, a home so tiny that you might not even notice it if you're not looking hard. The house, which is less than five




 

 

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Could you live in house no wider than a door frame? Etgar Keret can. The Israeli writer is now the proud owner of the world’s narrowest building, a home so tiny that you might not even notice it if you’re not looking hard. The house, which is less than five feet across at its widest part (three feet at its narrowest), was designed by Polish architect Jakub Szczesny and is located in Warsaw.

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