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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