Nice Structure of the Day

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The Keret House is the world's narrowest house designed by Polish architect Jakub Szczesny and situated in a 3-foot-wide gap between two buildings in Warsaw, Poland. As one can imagine, the wedged home is not without its shortcomings (no windows, ladder access only and very tiny appliances) but at least there's sunlight exposure, thanks to its semi-transparent, polycarbonate walls and ceiling. The Keret House will serve as a temporary home for traveling writers. Interested in moving in? Check out this video of the interior view.

Nice Structure of the Day

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Yi Yvonne Weng's Explorative Canopy Trail is a conceptual design for an ecological research facility that would stay suspended in mid-air by a web of synthetic fibres and steel supports in a tropical jungle, allowing scientists to study and easily harvest the medicinal plants and live out of lightweight pod quarters in the canopy.

Nice Structure of the Day

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HUS-1 is a small portable house (25 square meters / 269 square feet) designed and built by Swedish architect Torsten Ottesjö.

Nice Structure of the Day: Trampoline Bridge

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Nice Structure of the Day: Trampoline Bridge
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What, no net? One double-bounce and you're making a splash in the River Seine.