Berlin Has Found A Great New Use For Their Old Phone Booths
Say hello to the world's smallest disco.
You may have noticed that pay phones are a dime a dozen these days. With the influx of mobile phones, they’ve all but become redundant in the world. Until now.
Berlin, arguably Europe’s coolest city, has decided to repurpose these relics of yesteryear and turn them into teeny tiny little dance discos because, well, of course they have.
These Telediskos use a coin-operated system (just like the old days!) where you can select one song to dance to inside the booth. These booths can fit up to three people, but be warned: it’s kinda squishy in there so if you want space to move, maybe ditch the friends and have a solo dance party.
Using the touchscreen inside the booth, punters can select from a collection of dance tunes and can even choose to have a photo taken mid-dance, photo booth style. Fun!
And they haven’t skimped on style either – the insides are plush and silver, there’s bright flashing lights and even a smoke machine to make it all that little bit more authentic.
So much cooler than Australia’s idea to turn all of ours into Wi-Fi hotspots (sorry, but… booooring). This is a way better idea. Dancing rules.
(All images: Teledisko/Facebook)