To those who thought that o-cha! has been put to sleep, o-cha! is back to life!
A one-minute update of myself (if anyone's interested actually...)
I have been busy with moving myself and my life to Tokyo, the ever-super-pulsating heart of Japan. I spent the last few weeks settling down in one of the most vibrant yet stringent countries in Asia.
I was going to start another blog for just penning down interesting happenings with my time in Tokyo but that would probably be pushed back a little.
|Part of the mess for 2 weeks|
So while spending time looking for budget yet not-cheap-looking interiors, I stumbled upon the world's thinnest house, the Keret House by a Polish architect Jakub Szczesny.
The Keret House that Mr Szczesny built sits snugly in between 2 buildings in Warsaw Poland, is just 4-feet wide. It stretches vertically to 2 storeys and amazingly got a kitchen, bathroom and bedroom fitted in that "gap".
|How it looks down from the top|
|A mini kitchen fitting well into the gap. Prolly even bigger than my mini kitchenette!|
|And to the bathroom|
|Where small yet power dreams are built|
And here's how it looks like if you do a cross-section cut, or maybe knock down the neighbour's house...
|How it looks like, actually.|
Would you mind living in such a space if it is open for lease?
Source & picture credits: Design Milk