Bruxelles 1893 Victor Horta builds Autrique House and Tassel House, recognised as the first "Art Nouveau" buildings, where the fluidity of spaces echoes curvilinear botanical forms, incorporating ironwork, mosaics, frescoes and stained glass windows. The same year, Paul Hankar erects his own house. The Belgium capital became the birthplace of this innovative movement that would make an impression on all of Europe, and impact the greatest architects of the Belle Epoque.
In this exciting strategy game you play as one of these celebrated architects who made Art Nouveau famous in the Belgium capital. Through a combination of auctions and worker placement, you can construct Art Nouveau buildings and create the works of art that decorate these beautiful homes. You can develop your reputation as an architect, increase your influence at the Royal Palace or the City Hall, and even benefit from public figures that you encounter during your theatre outings. Only the most clever architect can win the game!
Contents: 5 architect boards, 1 board, 30 Building tiles, 20 wooden discs, 35 assistant figures, 45 material cubes, 63 cards, 30 "Works of Art" tiles, 5 exhibition tiles, 87 coins, 1 Bracket tile, 1 Workshop cursor, 6 Compass tiles, 2 compass needles, 1 Manneken Pis token, 1 rulebook