Keret House is the installation art in the form of an insert in between two existing buildings. The project was launched on Saturday 20th of October in Warsaw. It is led by the Israeli writer Etgar Keret.
Jakub Szczesny is a Polish architect who claims to have built the narrowest house measuring 92 cm in its narrowest point and 152 cm in its widest point. This house is located between two historical buildings at Warsaw, Poland. Amazingly, this one of a kind house is like invisible if you were just passing by the street. So unnoticeable you would even think it’s there because of its size and where it is located. Jakub Szczesny and Centrala a group of designers, whom he is a co-founder, transform this little space into something unimaginable place to live in. He partnered with Israeli writer Etgar Keret to create a place that can live and work but suitable for a one writer so he/she can focus on their work but would not stay long in such small place.
The result of this partnership is a worldwide recognition in their effort to create a habitable house in such a small place.
Oh by the way, the house is located between buildings at Chlodna 22 Street and Zelazna 74 Street in Warsaw, Poland. In case you’re interested to go or see the house!