Modern Confession Booth Lets People Share Information in Private
In response to the ubiquity of open air architecture, Nick Ross has designed an alternative space for people to connect in privately.
There is no question that since the advent of social media we have increasingly placed more of ourselves into the public sphere. We have access to information about people we never would have been privy to unless we were friends or even just acquaintances. But is this phenomenon only relegated to the digital sphere or has it manifested itself in our architectures and physical objects as well?
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