A work of art in the heart of Poland
Constructed between two buildings, this home is measured 92 cm at its narrowest point and 152 cm at its widest point. Keret House the thinnest flat of the world is designed by Jakub Szczensy. It is located and designed with the purpose in Warsaw, Poland, she becomes a cultural project in this often complicated landscape. The House is situated between two antiquities from the war-troubled past. One side of the structure is brick fragment from the second world war, and the other is a concrete construction in the modern architectural style.
Keret House in Poland
The structure is actually the transition between two former ghettos and serves as a “current association between two wounds.” The installation is firmly adopted by the modern Polish art Foundation, which has also facilitated a series of artistic residences. According to this art Foundation, the barely noticeable places can be realigned, reinterpreted and considered in a different light.
Sleeping and work area
the exhibit project
The transition – entrance
Virtual concept of Keret House
Devised clever and inexpensive
constructed properly space between two buildings in Warsaw