Construction is complete on the 47-inch Keret house in Poland designed by architect Jakub Szczesny.

As previously reported on PSFK, a super skinny house has been built in Warsaw, Poland. Construction is finally complete on Keret House, which was built by architect Jakub Szczesny of Centrala.

The tiny house, which measures just 47 inches at its widest point, manages to include a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and living space. Click through the images below to peek inside and imagine how one lives in such a small space:

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Keret House

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