Imagine your entire home being approximately 1 meter wide. The Keret House in Warsaw, Poland is considered the narrowest house in the world and we are sure that is probably correct. The home has sections that are only 72 centimeters wide, with the widest sections only reaching 122 centimeters. Surprisingly, the home still manages to exude style and comfort in that tremendously narrow space. The home was designed by Jakub Szczesny to fit in between two existing buildings. The tiny home features a small bedroom, office area, small sitting places, a tiny fully functional bathroom, and more. The home rises several stories between the two buildings creating small landing spots for the living areas for a single resident.
While most of us desire more room, this intriguing house shows how unused spaces can be transformed into livable spaces.