The house will include one bedroom, a kitchen, bathroom and lounge over four floors. The design utilises the length of the tiny gap between the buildings, with each floor going back almost 40ft.
Commenting on his design, architect Jakub Szczesny said: ‘I saw the gap and just thought it needed filling. It will be used by artists.’
According to the Daily Mail, the first person to live in the tiny house will be Israeli writer Etgar Keret. The writer will have to use a series of ladders to move between floors as the building is too small to accommodate sets of stairs.
Source : hotona.com