Architect Turns a NYC Phone Booth into a Mini Library

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Architect Turns a NYC Phone Booth into a Mini Library
Typically, a phone booth is a last resort. Your cell phone dies, or it’s in your other bag, and you’re forced to muster up quarters and the one phone number you actually have memorized to place a call, lest you’re stuck sorting through a dogeared phone book. Either way, placing this type of phone call requires courage and patience, for stepping inside of the typically graffitied, claustrophobic receptacles and crossing your fingers for a dial tone has become an act of antiquated bravery in today’s mobile-driven world.

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