Test your knowledge of the greatest architects, their famous buildings and their legendary quotes by answering general questions about architecture and popular culture. The second edition of the new Trivia board game – designed by Next Architecture – promises to be a party hit amongst architecture lovers as they ponder which bridge is the highest in France.
The Modern Architecture Game is the second edition of the architecture game. The first edition was launched on 30 August 1999. It was the first project collaboration involving the four partners at NEXT architects and was distributed in the private environment of Delft University of Technology.
Ten years later, they've produced a revised version of the game, analytically unraveled and improved. This edition is an international version, in the sense that it is produced in English, but also that the questions range right across the breadth of modern world history.
This means that many of the questions about the Netherlands that were abundant in the first version have been dropped, unless they were significant in relation to world-wide developments. By introducing these changes, they have endeavored to make the game suitable for an extremely broad and international group of architecture enthusiasts.
Illustrated in color & black and white, 27 x 27 cm, box, English
The board game is created and produced by NEXT architects and distributed for retailers by Idea Books.
Single copies can also be picked up at the office of NEXT architects in Amsterdam (€45,- each), but give them a call first so they know you're coming.
NEXT is unable to send single copies of the game by mail.
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