Peter Grisby

SolBooth: A Transparent Solar-Powered Phone Booth That Blends Into City Streets

by , 01/30/14

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Hakan Gürsu of Designnobis developed the Solbooth – a beautiful solar-powered phone booth that we’d love to see on city streets. The transparent shelter blends into the urban environment with its see-through surfaces, and it emphasizes accessibility with a convenient ramp. The Solbooth is designed to serve as an all-in-one point of communication for making calls and finding info on a city.

+ Designnobis

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  1. Ecothrive January 30, 2014 at 6:52 pm

    Love the idea behind this but do cities need phone booths these days?

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