The smallest house in the world called The Keret House resides in between two apartment buildings in Warsaw, Poland. The center of Europe's most intriguing architectural designs, the Keret House is one of the slimmest buildings you will ever lay your eyes on. The house has a kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, foyer and office. Even though most of these rooms are amalgamated together, the house is a beautiful tribute to space savers and ecological people. Even though it is completely compact, it contains everything everyone needs in a home.
The dimensions of the home measure at 3.02 feet at its narrowest point and 4.99 feet at its widest point. The total floor area of 44 square feet, making it the smallest house in the world.
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