Most architecture and design fans have already heard about the Keret House project, but few know that since last weekend, the project is now reality!
Design by Jakub Szczęsny of Warsaw-based studio Centrala, the Keret House is the narrowest “house” ever build in Warsaw, Poland, if not in the entire world.
Located in a small village at the outskirts of Warsaw, Poland, the Safe house was designed by architectural firm KWK Promes with the aim to provide its residents a feeling of maximum security.
Completed in 2009, the two story concrete monolith residence offers approximately 6,100 square feet of spacious living areas, floor to ceiling windows, panoramic views of the surrounding landscape, and a beautiful indoor swimming pool.
Poland-based architectural firm Marek Rytych Architekt has designed this contemporary 4,300 square-foot house in the suburbs of Warsaw, Poland.