'Freedom Room' Is A Model For Tiny Homes Inspired By Prison Inmates' Experiences (PHOTOS)
These tiny homes were designed based on the insights of some unusual consultants:
"But the most surprising consultants on the project were inmates from one of Italy’s high-security prisons in Spoleto. According to the team, these citizens are the ideal candidates for weighing in on flexible and adaptable living environments."
No doubt. Extend this principle and maybe real estate developers could enlist convicts to create HOA and condo association rules. After all, they are accustomed to living in close proximity to each other, sharing their community's amenities, and accepting limitations on their freedom. These are all the things the industry says people need to accept in order to live in CIDs, aren't they?