New York City’s Pop-up Libraries in Phone Booths

As Kenyans grapple what to do with the outdated telephone booths, it seems New Yorkers are thinking ahead. John Locke an architect in the city has found a new way to use the old metallic booths that have been overtaken by new technology including mobile telephony. He is converting phone booths in the City into pop-up libraries complete with custom bookshelves and small selections of books. He spoke on the project in this interview with The Atlantic Cities 

By Patrick Wameyo Otundo

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