Here is the question :
WHERE IS THE WORLD’S NARROWEST HOUSE?
Here is the option for the question :
- Dublin, Ireland
- Innsbruck, Austria
- Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Warsaw, Poland
And, the answer for the the question is :
[STC0070] If you suffer from claustrophobia, the Keret House in Warsaw, Poland, is probably not the best choice for you to call home.
The Keret Home, which is officially recognized by Guinness World Records as the narrowest house in the world, measures a scant 3 feet at its skinniest point and less than 5 feet at its widest point.
This makes it the official narrowest house in the world.
Due to the fact that it does not adhere to Warsaw’s construction requirements due to its insufficient size, it has been officially designated as an art installation by the law.
In spite of this, it can be used as a living area and is equipped with a kitchen, a bathroom, and a bedroom that are all spread out across two levels and are connected by a ladder.
According to the website for the Keret House, the architect Jakub Szczesny was tasked with designing the home to fit into a narrow gap between two other structures with the intention of “broadening the notion of impossible architecture.
” Of fact, “broadening” is used in a metaphorical sense; the Keret House is actually rather cramped and difficult to move around in.