A House like No Other

In a contemporary world in which everything is in a continuous progress, people come up with all sorts of ideas and inventions we would not think of. It is also the case of the Polish architect Jakub Szczęsny, who came up with a very interesting design concept. When you think about Warsaw, Poland, you already think about infinite possibilities.

The Polish architect designed a house of 60 inches in width, on two floors, considered an art installation. What seems to be a right triangle or a library is intended to become someone’s home, no matter how little room it provides for the personal possessions and furniture. As the entire world advances in the field of technology, it seems natural for things to get smaller and smaller. If at the beginning we are surprised, the more we analyze this nice, imaginative design, we get to get used to the idea.

It is a small, narrow  space, which definitely needs the existing ladder to get from one floor to another. In spite of the narrowness, the house seems to have everything a house should have: bedroom, kitchen and bathroom;  the whiteness of the house gives a simple and elegant air. The open space is quite attractive and inviting in its simplicity. It is not the most comfortable place on earth, but it is definitely a modern house which provides enough for a nonconformist person!{found on hd}

Published by in Architecture, on July 25th, 2011


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