SuperParliament is a reflection on the impact of architecture on negotiation and decision making. The internationally most widely used parliamentary seating order is based on the Greek atrium - suggesting harmony and balance. This layout seems not to align anymore with our perception of current global politics. The work is a collage of fragments from existing parliaments, arranged in an exploded and chaotic way. It attempts to manifest an intuitive feeling about the current nature of parliamentary activity across the world. At the same time it forms a speculative suggestion for a new seating arrangement, multi-layered and taking place on many levels simultaneously.