In the first volume of the AJ's classic series The Best of Architects' Working Details (circa 1952), there is a detail of a phone booth in the Royal Festival Hall. Innumerable revisions to Gilbert Scott Junior's original Red One might make one think that it is only the armature of phone booths that is of interest to designers.
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