The courtyard used for the out-of-cell time of the old prison Le Murate, comes back to life with a small but long rectangular building, leaning on the strong and high stone wall of the cells. Within a low area that opens onto a square with many openings both externally and internally. Four spaces with vaulted ceilings and a long escape route with a sloping floor. The challenge was that of creating a single location from these mixed up spaces. Today a harmonious atmosphere unites the spaces that are connected to each other by new openings and a counter that appears on two different levels.The furniture is basic, made with very poor materials and through the reuse of elements often from the old prison: peepholes, windows, doors, iron boxes. The long escape route becomes an event room, TV, projections, and prison-child bathrooms. Color participates in all this transformation.