Outdated structures redesigned to look more attractive and interesting.

French artists Benoit Desielle and Benedetto Bufalino deserve a hat tip for their creative aquarium telephone box. This creative booth is nestled comfortably in a public square in Durham, a small city in the northeast part of England. Passersby can see live goldfish swimming in the translucent-blue waters that fill the booth.

The installation debuted as part the city's Lumiere festival, which is a celebration of light-inspired artworks. Desielle and Bufalino are known for their reinvention of urban space and how they poke fun at every day objects.

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