Keret House seen from the Żelazna street, photography: Tycjan Gniew Podskarbiński
Keret House is an art installation located at the intersection of Chłodna and Żelazna streets in Warsaw’s Wola district. It was designed by Jakub Szczęsny as an insert between two buildings representing different eras in the history of Warsaw . Despite its miniature size (at its narrowest point is only 72 cm wide, and its total area is 14 sq. M.) it is an autonomous and fully functional place to live and work. The symbolic patron of the house is an Israeli writer Etgar Keret. The House is now a home for artists staying in Warsaw on the Artist in Residence Program.
For more go to: www.kerethouse.com
Information about visiting the Keret House is available at oferta.fundacjapsn.pl