This is, quite frankly, rad.
Keret House Centrala
In Warsaw, Poland in the district of Wola lies a small crack of space between the buildings on 22 Chłodna Street and 74 Żelazna Street. Jakub Szczęsny of Centrala, recognized the potential to create something unique within this narrow area, and derived a design of an art installation entitled Keret House. The house upon completion shall become the narrowest house in Warsaw, measuring an interior that will vary between 122 centimeters and 72 centimeters in its narrowest spot.
I have a love of small spaces
, both functionally and very often -- intentionally or not -- as art. This space, curated by a residential art program in Wola, will function to create "creative work conditions" for visiting artists from all over the world. So beautiful, and in its blank canvasses I think there's a serenity that may be perfect for writers and some visual artists.
Labels: architecture, art, design, efficiency