‘Teledisko’, the world’s smallest disco, is probably the most exclusive party place you can find. Started by German telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom, the nightclub – a repurposed phone booth located in the Berlin’s trendy Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district – can only accommodate two people at a time.
The coin-operated entry ensures that no one but you and your chosen friends can access the bright yellow party booth. Inside, Teledisko has all the trimmings of a proper nightclub – a smoke machine, stroboscope, light effects, a disco ball, dry ice, and a touchscreen that lets you select and play your favorite music. The cramped interiors might prevent you from taking selfies, but the booth comes with a built-in camera that takes pictures and records videos of your unforgettable night.
Deutsche Telekom originally repurposed just three phone booths into telediskos – two at fixed locations in Berlin and a third one that could be moved to any location you wanted to hold your party at – but it seems high demand has convinced them to create even more tiny nightclubs.
If you’re in love with this new way of partying, you can actually get a booth of your own. Deutsche Telekom is apparently converting more yellow booths into nightclubs and selling them at €350 (about $380) apiece. You’ll just have to personally pick yours up from a ‘phone booth graveyard’ near Potsdam. Sounds like a great souvenir to bring back from Germany!
UPDATE: The Deutsche Telecom has NOTHING to do with this project other then that it build the original phone booths about 30 years ago. This is an INDEPENDENT project. The teledisko is NOT sold especially not at 350 Euro. Current record is 9 people inside the teledisko not 2.
via Pop-Up City