Britain's iconic red telephone boxes get a makeover

Britain's iconic red telephone boxes get a makeover
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In this age of mobile phones Britain’s iconic red telephone boxes have become mainly tourist attractions But now a company called Pod Works has given some of them a makeover transforming them into mi

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In this age of mobile phones Britain’s iconic red telephone boxes have become mainly tourist attractions

But now a company called Pod Works has given some of them a makeover transforming them into mini offices complete with printers, scanners plugs and even free tea and coffee.

Bar Works to transform UK phone boxes into work pods https://t.co/mZ23LDQS5Qpic.twitter.com/ovRu2wmLfY

— Decoration Club (@ClubDecoration) July 2, 2016

The company hopes to have 50 up and running by Christmas and 300 across the country by next years.
And for those interested there will be a 25 pound a month membership fee.

Here are a few other suggestions of what to do with phone boxes:

So #mum and me found this #library in a #phonebox in my #parents#village . #bookbank#photography#youtuber#vloggpic.twitter.com/Vq6nZO9gbN

— Nicholas Jankovic (@JustRelaxMore) 1. September 2016

A great reuse of a K6 kiosk, wonderful coffee too, thanks Umar KapeBarako2016</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/redtelephonebox?src=hash">#redtelephonebox</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/phonebox?src=hash">#phonebox</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Hampstead?src=hash">#Hampstead</a> <a href="https://t.co/SoCAgyaBHv">pic.twitter.com/SoCAgyaBHv</a></p>&mdash; Andy Sutton (960sutton) 7. September 2016

All very British today! #Bala#steamrailway#british#travelphotography#phoneboxpic.twitter.com/5F7ZbsscXd

— Hayley (@HayleyChall1) 1. September 2016

Cultural re-purposing of a decommissioned phonebox in Settle, N. Yorks. Not the Uffizi or the Guggenheim but… pic.twitter.com/taF5kPz1E3

— Christopher Graham (@grumpychris2) 6. August 2016

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