The world's narrowest house has opened its door to the first set of residents in Warsaw.
At its widest point the structure is about 120 centimetres and only 71 centimetres at its narrowest point, Reuters reports.
The house was designed as an artist's workspace, constructed with the intention of creating a sense of restriction by surroundings.
Which is easily achieved with the shared floor space for the toilet and shower and a kitchen - with only a tiny sink and stove.
Jakub Szczesny, the installation's architect, wants the house to stand until 2016 where it will be home to artists, writers and musicians.