Wood, furniture, electrical equipment;
Two rooms, the first one (70x120 cm) which works as the main entrance and which access is a little door with a peephole and the other one (200x120x cm) without any opening to the external, are located inside a wooden case of 270x120x250 cm usually used for the carriage of goods.
The walls of the two rooms are made in plywood while the floor is made in grey linoleum, each room is illuminated by a light bulb.
The larger room is furnished with a 180x60x16 cm resealable camp bed completed with mattress, blanket, two bed sheets, pillow and a pillowcase; a 30x40x80 cm bedside table with a ream of white papers in A4 format; a pen; a bottle of water; a plastic cup and a toilet roll; a 40x40x30 cm chemical toilet; a plastic basin and a water basket.
This room is a prison while the smaller room besides being a release from the room to the external is also an hiding place for the jailers who can constantly observe the prisoner from a peephole inside the door that links the two rooms.
The cell is the rebuilding in 1:1 scale of the alleged place in Montalcini's street 8 where Aldo Moro was imprisoned. By looking the wooden case from the external, the existence of the two rooms is not perceived, that's because the front door is well camouflaged between the axes that make up the outer coating of the wooden case.