For some reason Polish architect Jakub Szczesny decided to jam the world’s thinnest house into this Warsaw alley. 

I’m betting the tenants living in the two adjoining buildings, a pre-World War II house and a modern apartment block, can’t be too happy. Not to mention the displaced bums and junkies.

At 4 feet wide, 33 feet deep and 30 feet tall, this house is an over-sized walk in closet. It is fully functional and equipped with a bathroom, kitchen and bedroom. The front door is basically a trap door.

Renown writer Etgar Keret currently lives in this diminutive space. Why would a writer live in an abode with too little room to change his mind?