Here is a very unusual social experiment conducted by Cibic Workshop and Comodo (Comunicare Moltiplica Doveri) – the Freedom Room. This low-cost micro housing councept was developed with the help of inmates from the High Security Prison in Spoleto, Italy. The prison has a carpentry shop that was used to implement the ideas. This unorthodox collaboration resulted in a beautiful 116 sq ft model, filled with many space-saving details. The room features two beds with storage underneath and above, a double desk that can easily double as a dining space. The sink room serves multiple purposes too – it is used for personal hygiene and cooking as well as laundry. The Fredom Room is a model-proposal to be implemented in hostels, dorms or apartment buildings. It was exhibited at the 2013 Triennale di Milano. See more photos after the break.