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Narrowest house in the world

Murtaza Baker

My professor once told me that the biggest challenge for a designer is not designing a luxury house, but designing a bathroom. After 7 years in the practice of design, I understand the meaning of the statement, ‘Smaller the space, bigger the challenge’. And that’s exactly what Polish designer Jakub Szczesny has proved while designing the narrowest house in Warsaw.

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  • Jepranshu Aganivanshi

    Intelligent use of Space and innovations. I remembered when i design a 'Bachelor's Pad' with a strip of land - width was around 6'. These kind of things are good as far as living space is concerned. But then, living in constraints and restrictions isn't what a human being deserves.

  • voidjumping

    I think throughout history, the best and most creative work is done when there is constraint and restriction. This is another good example, although I think sometimes we can go a little far with it!

  • Ryan Brisco

    Love it! The simplistic design is rad, and I suspect the small space would prompt people to spend more time outdoors.

    • Murtaza Baker

      That's an unique perspective...I like it! 'Small spaces encouraging you to spend time outdoors'

    • Murtaza Baker

      I know eh! So damn intelligent