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Check Out a Super Skinny, Eco-Friendly London House

When it comes to narrow houses, Japan reigns supreme (Tokyo, to be specific). But this infill house in north London's Newington Green neighb' is giving some of Tokyo's skinniest digs a run for their money. Designed by local firm Nicholas Kirk Architects, the 4-story house fits into a space between two existing buildings that measures just 4.8 meters wide (about 16 feet). The architects squeezed the most out of a tight footprint with a smart vertical arrangement of common spaces and bedrooms. Take a look!

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