Mies Barcelona Memory Table Game
MIES PAVILION TABLE GAME
Potentiate your visual and remembering abilities!
An indispensable memory game in the format of a card-pairing (or card-matching) concentration games, that stimulates different basic skills: observation, attention, concentration, and memorization, learning from the architecture of the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion in Barcelona by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich.
Cards are all pictures of the Barcelona Pavilion by photographers Pepo Segura, Rafa Vargas or the Berliner Bild Bericht.
All cards are the same size, made in cardboard, and every image shows up twice - thus, 24 different models. Their format is similar to that of little coasters.
Length: 30 cm // 11.8 in
Width: 9.5 cm // 3.7 in
Length: 55 mm // 2.2 in
Width: 55 mm // 2.2 in
218 g // 0.5 lb
Contains: 48 cards
Recommended for people over 3 years old.
HOW TO PLAY: As in other memory games, the basic idea is matching cards. Mix the cards first and place them face down in a square. Each player, in turn, will flip two cards faces up and, if they have the same image, the player will keep them and will keep on playing by flipping two more cards face up. If the two cards have different images, they will be turnt face down again, and the next player will proceed to play by flipping two cards at will. The one with the most twin cards at the end of the game will be the winner of the game.
You can also use the cards as coasters and as decoration about the Mies Pavilion.