Inside the super-narrow Keret House (pictures)
Keret House exterior
View from above
Things are looking up
View from the stairs
Sleeping a single
Frame being moved
The steel frame of the super-slim Keret House was assembled in steel-skeleton form in a workshop just outside of Warsaw, Poland, and transported to the site by crane. Polish architect Jakub Szczesny says he was drawn to the narrow space between a prewar apartment building and a postwar co-op because of the history it embodied.
"I fell in love with a space between two buildings from different periods," The New York Times quoted Szczesny as saying. "I decided to make a link."