Updated: February 15, 2016 2:48:14 pm
This is one discotheque where ‘the more the merrier’ doesn’t apply. The world’s smallest disco — the Teledisko — is a converted old phone booth in Berlin. It can accommodate very few people, making it an intimate and exclusive party. Those who want to party only need to drop some change into the coin slot for their very own tiny, personalised nightclub experience.
Unlike what one would imagine, the cramped space doesn’t act as a dampener to the party spirit. One party reveller says, “It’s a bit small, but you forget the space. It’s very cool to have a party inside.”
Users can choose the song they want to dance to, as well as options for light effects, and even a smoke machine to get the vibe just right. This is exactly what Teledisko’s founder thinks works in its favour. He thinks the option to be your own DJ is what makes his discotheque the best in town.
Teledisko has been installed in three locations in Berlin’s nightlife districts.
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