Prospective inhabitants were recruited from all over the country and had to go through an extensive screening procedure to show their good character, standing and a pioneers spirit. These screenings included psychological evaluations, a financial background check, a motivational letter and references. All of this to ensure the success of what really was a massive social experiment. Two of the lucky people to get through the screening were Bernard Polman and his wife Annie. There house has been restored to what it looked like when they lived here and is now open for visitors. It is intresting to note the relatively old fashioned furniture. They did not buy much new fashionable furniture when they moved in, instead bringing along what they already owned, as a result of which especially the living room, which was only rarely used, feels more like one from the forties than the fifties.