Located in the suburb of Wola in Warsaw, Poland is Keret House. But what makes it so dramatically different from any conventional home, is that its the worlds narrowest.
In fact its widest point clocks in at just 152 centimeters (thats around 4.9ft) and its smallest point measures an oxygen depleting 92 centimeters (3ft). Its not even wide enough to fit a car or anything even resembling a sofa.
Its uniquely placed too, squished in the gap between two homes and easy to miss to the untrained eye. Part home, part art installation, its first tenant was Israeli writer and filmmaker Etgar Keret. Architect Jakub Szczesny actually named the home after him.
Novel as it may be for a few hours, could you live a place this cramped and narrow indefinitely?