In case you hadn’t noticed, tiny homes are the next big thing.
1. Keret House
Blink and you’ll miss it. That’s because this home, built in the wasted space between two buildings in Warsaw, looks like little more than ductwork from the outside. From the inside, however, this “writers’ respite” built by Polish architect Jakub Szczesny is a full home, with everything a person could want magically crammed in a space that’s 122 centimeters at its widest, and 72 cm at its most narrow.