World’s thinnest house built in Polish capital
The world’s thinnest house opened up its doors for the first time this weekend, however it is unlikely there was enough room to throw a moving in party.
Measuring just five feet at its widest point, the ultra-thin home was unveiled in the Polish capital of Warsaw on Sunday.
Squeezed into an alleyway between a pre-World War II house and a modern apartment block, the unusual property was originally due to be installed as an art installation.
The ground floor contains a kitchen, toilet, shower and eating area, while tenants can access the upstairs bedroom via a metal ladder.