Amsterdam-based architecture firm XML explore the relationship between parliamentary topology and democracy.
By documenting the parliamentary halls of all 193 UN member states, the creators show how political culture shapes architecture and vice versa.
Their work is available as a book, and you can check out the companion website here.
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