When you hear the word “telephone booth” you’ll probably think about old fashioned way to make a call, dirty red boxes, coins that you never carry with you and a fat torn up telephone book you don’t want to touch. Maybe those opinions would change if you saw this incredible telephone booth aquarium located in Lyon, France. Benoit Deseille and Benedetto Bufalino have made this piece of art using an old telephone booth.
The design for the Melbourne Theater Company begins with the dramatic façade: 3D iridescent steel tubing folds and bends against black aluminum cladding – just as an actor brings performance to life against a dark backdrop. The interior is comprised of the Sumner Theater, a 500-seat hall noticeably without a balcony or mezzanine space, but still allowing exceptional site lines to the stage regardless of where your season tickets land you.