It has been designed and decided.
Famous Israeli writer, Etgar Keret is going to live in a tiny white capsule art installation that doubles as a house in Warsaw. They're calling it Keret house.
The entire thing looks like the epitome of style and fashion-
unequivocally cool, but terribly uncomfortable.
Take a look at the design below.
|Photos via Architecturedaily|
Yup, if you read the blueprint closely enough, you'll have noticed that this already thin house is a freakin 28.3 inches at its thinnest! That's like what I like to pretend my waistline is.
Apparently the house will feature a remote control operated staircase as seen above and sewage mechanisms inspired by boat designs, while all of the electricity will be routed from one of the adjacent buildings.
|The house will live right there, in that little cranny|
via gizmodo and the hairpin