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Copula Hall

The design for Copula Hall, the government building that serves the two municipalities of China Meiville’s novel The City and the City, seeks to formally and spatially play up the duality between the two cities and highlight both the inefficiency that it might cause, especially in crosshatched interior spaces, and the experience of “seeing double” that one might feel within the city.