Arckit is a ‘hands-on’ and ‘open-ended’ architectural building block platform consisting of unique components for spontaneously exploring and visualising your ideas in scale model form. Inspired by real modular building techniques, Arckit enables aspiring architects of all ages to build freely and without restrictions using a ‘professional-level’ design tool. Think of Arckit like any instrument, the more you become familiar with it, the more amazing creations you will bring to life.
Explore contemporary house designs
Construct your ultimate collection of cutting-edge structures to reflect modern and reconfigurable modular building methods, refined interior room layouts and ultra-sleek architectural creations. The Arckit 200 scale model building kit lets you expand your architectural mind! (Scale 1:50 / 1/4)
4 Building design ideas to inspire you:
Check it out exciting 3D construction videos and keep building with your set:
A200 - Sample Building #1
A200 - Sample Building #3
A200 - Sample Building #2
A200 - Sample Building #4
Share your creations!
We love to see what our community is building, so why not share your creations with the world and let’s inspire one another! Be part of our Community Builds Gallery by tagging @arckitmodel and adding #arckit to your posts. You can also reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn while Playing
Arckit is a truly ‘open-ended’ and ‘ hands-on' design tool that allows budding architect boys and girls the freedom to explore and construct their own creations without restrictions while also learning all about science, technology, engineering, art and math through the multi-disciplinary medium of architecture. Arckit also promotes the 5 C’s - Creativity, Collaboration, Communication, Critical & Computational Thinking.
Bring it to life
From basketball players to bath tubs, trendy figurines to funky furniture, a host of bespoke Cardboard Pop-Outs are included in the A200 to bring storytelling, scenery and scale to your models as well as reusable Arckitexture Decals of brick, timber and unique Black Window Frames to continually transform the appearance of your architectural creations.
100% Plastic-Free Packaging
In Arckit’s commitment to helping improve the environment, all new kits including Arckit 200 contain zero plastic packaging and instead use compostable material made from potato and corn starch. In addition, Arckit 200 has a reusable box for storing your components.
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What is Arckit?
Can I build more than the sample models?
YES! The sample build on the box is just to get you started so you become familiar with Arckit’s unique ‘open-ended’ components and platform. Each kit has a further 3 alternative designs available online which we recommend you also build and then the possibilities for you to create your own masterpieces are truly unlimited. If you can imagine it, you can build it!
Are all kits compatible with one another?
Who can enjoy Arckit?
Arckit can be used by anyone from 4yrs and upwards to adults as a fun, practical and stimulating design tool to be enjoyed individually or in groups. Arckit encourages hands-on creativity and less time on your mobile devices.
• Future architects and creators looking to step-up from their building block toys to a more advanced building block tool
• Parents wanting to give a meaningful gift to their children that they will enjoy, reuse and learn from.
• Adult hobbyists, designers and self-builders as a working model for exploring, visualising and communicating their ideas.
• Schools to teach and learn a myriad of STEM & STEAM topics through the lens of architecture.
• Elderly as a fun, engaging and stimulating product to be enjoyed independently or with a group of friends.
Arckit empowers minds through Architecture...Unleash your inner Architect with Arckit!
What scale is Arckit?
Arckit is scale 1:50 metric or ¼ imperial however did you know that you can also interpret Arckit at any scale you envisage it to be depending on its surroundings and context? Have fun integrating it with your other building block sets and characters.
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