Friday, August 26, 2011

Keret House: thin shedworking

On first glance this is probably nobody's idea of a shed or garden office. But it's a very intriguing workspace in Warsaw to be built in a weeny space between two other buildings by architects Centrala: the interior measures from 1.2m and 72cm at its narrowest (see below) and will be an office for writer Etgar Keret as well as a studio for visiting writers and artists from around the globe. It will be built with plywood on a steel frame and covered with concrete cloth. More photos and information at the always fabulous archdaily.
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