The World’s Skinniest House will Give You Claustrophobia: Have a look at the world’s thinnest and most narrow house! If you are a claustrophobic person, this is definitely not the house for you. Polish architect Jakub Szczesny has engineered this incredibly narrow and thinnest house which is open for tourists and tenants. The house was actually built (actually squeezed) between a pre-World War II house and a modern apartment block.
How thin are we talking about? The house has got a triangular shape, it is 33 feet (10 meters) deep at the bottom and stands 30 feet (9 meters) tall. The whole structure is held 3 meters above the ground surface by metal and aluminum pipes, and, in order to get to it, the visitors need to climb a metal staircase and squeeze by using a gap to finally enter the building. It measures just 47 inches wide at its widest point and just four feet wide (1.2 meters) but still it comes equipped with a bathroom, a fully furnished kitchen and a bedroom.

The aptly named “ground floor” is home to a toilet and shower, a kitchen with a sink and cupboards, a table for two, and a bean bag sofa. In order to get to the second floor, you have to climb another metal ladder. The second floor has a nearly double-size bed, a table and a chair. Its first tenant, an Israeli writer has already checked in.

Have a look at these incredible pictures of the thinnest house in the world.
(Images © Polish Modern Art Foundation / Bartek Warzecha)
The first tenant, is Israeli writer Etgar Keret will live and write in this tiny living space, but in the future, the architect who designed the house has stated that he will invite other artists to live in this tiny, yet amazing house.
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World’s Skinniest House will Give You Claustrophobia

The World’s Skinniest House will Give You Claustrophobia: Have a look at the world’s thinnest and most narrow house! If you are a claustrophobic person, this is definitely not the house for you. Polish architect Jakub Szczesny has engineered this incredibly narrow and thinnest house which is open for tourists and tenants. The house was actually built (actually squeezed) between a pre-World War II house and a modern apartment block.
How thin are we talking about? The house has got a triangular shape, it is 33 feet (10 meters) deep at the bottom and stands 30 feet (9 meters) tall. The whole structure is held 3 meters above the ground surface by metal and aluminum pipes, and, in order to get to it, the visitors need to climb a metal staircase and squeeze by using a gap to finally enter the building. It measures just 47 inches wide at its widest point and just four feet wide (1.2 meters) but still it comes equipped with a bathroom, a fully furnished kitchen and a bedroom.

The aptly named “ground floor” is home to a toilet and shower, a kitchen with a sink and cupboards, a table for two, and a bean bag sofa. In order to get to the second floor, you have to climb another metal ladder. The second floor has a nearly double-size bed, a table and a chair. Its first tenant, an Israeli writer has already checked in.

Have a look at these incredible pictures of the thinnest house in the world.
(Images © Polish Modern Art Foundation / Bartek Warzecha)
The first tenant, is Israeli writer Etgar Keret will live and write in this tiny living space, but in the future, the architect who designed the house has stated that he will invite other artists to live in this tiny, yet amazing house.

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