Werkhaus: flat-pack housewares and accessories skinned with photos of scuffed, worn-in real-world stuff
I don't suppose you'd be willing to show more of that Russian phone box doohickey? I couldn't find it on the site and don't quite get what it is.
The red words in his article are links to the site were the product is sold.
This is a post-Soviet one (after 1991) because it takes tokens.
Soviet payphones took 2 kopeyka coins; they were switched to tokens after Soviet Union broke down and hyperinflation kicked in.
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