Here you can see special kind of Brazilian telephone booths. They were developed by Chu Ming Silveira (Chu Ming Silveira) in the early 1970s. The height of booths line with average growth of urban population. Since the phones were located in a fairly noisy places, Silveira chosen for best acoustics, the shape of eggs. Booths were made of fiberglass, were resistant to sun and rain, were simple to install and maintain, and also had a lower cost. For the first time created by the Brazilian telephone company and appeared on the streets in 1972 in Rio and Sao Paulo. Have a look of some….
1. A. Sao Paulo, 1972.