Friday, August 12, 2011

Tight Squeeze

I think the person who lives in that narrow green house should only have to pay a quarter of the rent.
I wonder if the occupant feels claustrophobic sometimes.
How did the furniture fit through the door?


- Karen

10 comments:

EastCoastLife said...

Why was it even allowed to be built in the first place? I wonder what is the size of the occupants. :P

betchai said...

making use of the space? it indeed looks very narrow.

Filip Demuinck said...

Very special but I assume it is only the entrance, the real house is in the garden. :-)

William K Wallace said...

Maybe the house is like Dr Who's Tardis and it is massive inside. I hope so...or they are possible midgets...

Sailor said...

Beautiful shot! I have to assume that they have all custom made furniture and the special carpenter build all of them inside the house :D

lina said...

I saw a documentary sometime ago about such houses and how the occupants live in them and how they decorate the houses. It was interesting.

Cassy said...

I think the occupant loves to maximize space. I just cant imagine where and how to arrange things in there.

Cassy from Guitar Made Easy

AVCr8teur said...

EastCoastLife: They probably didn't want to waste space since it is a valuable commodity in San Francisco. I wonder who would live there.

Betchai: I bet they can touch both walls if they stretched out their arms.

Filip: San Francisco is too cold unfortunately to live in the garden unless it has a greenhouse.

William: I like the way you think. It could be a mansion inside and quite deceiving from looking at its exterior.

Sailor: I didn't think about it having custom made furniture. That or perhaps they old bought kids furniture.

Lina: If seems like it would be quite a challenge to live in such a narrow place. They would have to turn sideways to pass someone.

Cassy: Well, the occupant can't have too much storage or furniture; otherwise he/she can't through the door.

Emm said...

Eek! I didn't notice that teeny little house at first!

Ryan said...

I actually know the lanky beanpole who lives in this house, he's 9ft 8ins and sleeps standing up!!!