World's skinniest houses

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 29 July 2011, 10:37 Hrs
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Bangalore: The skinniest houses, now comes for the fattest price. If you are keen to buy a skinny house in New York, then get ready to spend around $2.75 million to $4.3 million. Real estate expert, Barbara Corcoran calls it "atypical" of its time, after she got a tour of the slim houses from real estate broker, Bo Poulsan. Poulsan said that everyone these days want to utilize the space they have and so they squeeze little houses in between. Listed below are a few most talked about skinny houses in the world.

1.Jakub Szczensy's Keret House (Poland)

The house is affixed to fill a crack between a pair of buildings in Warsaw's Wola district. When construction comes to an end this December, it'll be the thinnest house in Warsaw and possibly the whole world. It is 4 feet wide and 28 inches narrow, thinner than a doorway. The house is designed by Szczesny, for Israeli writer Etgar Keret. It'll also be a "studio for invited guests, such as young creators and intellectualists from all over the world."

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