Phone booths are steadily going the way of the dodo, and where they do exist they stand merely as relics of an era gone by. While we hardly lament for the booths going away, the steady decline of readers in libraries and of readers anywhere is actually a matter of concern. New York based architect John Locke combined both relics and made a public library that fits into a phone booth.
The idea is to have a place where people can borrow and share books. Just a few shelves to the booth and it becomes a tiny library with super easy access.