AN ODDLY sized, unwanted piece of land has been used to create the “world’s skinniest hotel”.
The land sat between an alleyway and houses, and was being used as a dumping ground.
Architect Ary Indra’s project, PituRooms, has been a labour of love, with the unique size meaning that he had to work closely with structural consultants to ensure the integrity of the foundation.
His hotel is five-floors, with a width of nine feet, leaving him just enough space to have seven rooms.
Yet, despite the lack of space, Ary has been able to fill each room with a double bed, as well as a bathroom equipped with a shower and toilet.
Custom colour palettes, and the use of unique, local artwork, mean that none of the rooms have the same interior, and have a very distinct feel to them.
Ary has also included a bar and restaurant on the top floor of the hotel.
Ary was born and raised in Salatiga, Central Java, a tiny town in Indonesia. Although he trained as…
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