When we imagine England, so we recall places which are typical for the United Kingdom with a nostalgic tradition of monarchy. Noticeable is the British red telephone kiosk, which can be found everywhere in the United Kingdom. Payphone - History The first kiosk of this type was made according to a design by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1936 for the occasion of the silver jubilee of King George V. Perfect and improved design excels in stability and strength, selected materials cast iron, glass and teak wood ensures durability for decades. The distinctive red color was chosen to the telephone box to be seen from afar. The red color is according to British Standards currant red (red currant) and is typical of England and the English mail and many other objects. The last red English telephone kiosk from this series was made in 1968.
British red telephone box a promotional object
At the time of Mobile Phone is a typical British red telephone box nostalgic appearance of an object that can not be overlooked, whether we like it or not we are still fascinated by its perfect design from the early 19th century, which has never been surpassed by anyone. No object will become as iconic red telephone kiosk, got the whole world for the purposes of advertising, decoration luxury, prestige object such as red telephone box. Thus it can be seen in galleries, parks, outside restaurants, in front of schools aimed at teaching English, hotels, cafes, gastro decoration, english British pub and shopping centers around the world and increasingly in private gardens and estates. They have one goal, to attract our attention so that we memorize it in our minds whether we like it or not.
British red telephone box commercial object
The success of the advertising object, media advertising, contributes its small footprint, the area is less than 1 sqm, does not take up much space, you can place it anywhere both indoors and outdoors, as it can withstand all weather conditions. Design a phone booth is unique and specific to England, spherical roof that is mounted on each side of the inscription TELEPHONE above the original Tudor Crown, character crown Tudor. The distinctive red was chosen to be the telephone booth from afar to be seen so became for many purposes, and orientation and navigation point.
Dimensions: Width: 3 ft / 91.5 cm Depth: 3 feet / 91.5 cm Height: 8.33 ft / 254 cm Weight: 800 kg Material: cast iron, teak wood, glass Colour: POST OFFICE RED Shipping: individual Rent: price negotiated