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    The skinniest house in the world

    It does not meet building codes, of course.
    But it is "an art installation".
    The elevation looks like a pregnancy test device.
    What is it?
    Meet the skinniest house in the world.
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    #2
    That thing is.... interesting!
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      #3
      it would be like living in a closet.... and not one of the fancy walk in closets.
      -Alex Cunningham

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        #4
        IT has it blocked, but is it that brownstone in New York? If not, you should google it. I thing it's 9' wide or something like that. If I remember correctly, it has 3 stories and is for sale for about 6.5 million. It used to be a breezeway for horse and carriages to get to the other side of the adjacent buildings. Someone closed it in and made it a house. Crazy.
        Dan

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          #5
          to quote :thumbsup:

          At its most generous, the proposed place, in Warsaw, Poland, will clock in at 4 feet wide. At its narrowest, it'll be just 28 inches wide -- thinner than the average doorway.
          -Alex Cunningham

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            #6
            I'm guessing whoever lives there will entertain very little and eat out a lot.

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              #7
              And is very limited in choices for a couch... Or a tv for that matter...
              Martijn de Riet
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                #8
                AHhhhh, it's proposed. So it's NOT the skinniest house in the world..........yet.

                But seriously, how is that even possible?
                Dan

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by mdradvies View Post
                  And is very limited in choices for a couch... Or a tv for that matter...
                  dude TVs now a days a 3/8" thick... whats that in meric.... you could flush mount them in the drywall board.
                  -Alex Cunningham

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                    #10
                    Yeah, but you can only use it on 1 wall, the others aren't wide enough, or you're sitting 2 feet from a big *** screen... Makes your neck hurt.
                    Martijn de Riet
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