Arckit to launch a new series of products later this year

Published on: 3rd June 2016

Arckit Mini and Go Colours will be compatible with existing Arckit components.

arckit480Budding young architects and model enthusiasts will now have access to parts such as angled floors, curved walls and windows, and dormer windows. The Mini range comprises stand-alone sets that allow users to explore the design possibilities using specialist parts that are compatible with one another and existing Arckit sets.

Founder, Damien Murtagh, commented: “We’ve been listening to people’s feedback and have developed new parts that are in demand. It’s a huge step forward for Arckit. Along with our Arckit Infiniti 3D store, our new product range will vastly enhance Arckit’s capabilities for professional architects and everyone interested in architectural model making.”

The Mini kits will contain reusable modular parts that can be added to collections and used again and again. Arckit’s first multi-coloured kit, Go Colours, comes at the right time for schools, as Arckit is gaining a huge following within education as a tool to teach STEAM concepts.

The new kits, which include Go Colours, Mini Angle Kit, Mini Curve Kit and Mini Dormer Kit, will be available in Barnes & Noble across the US, RIBA & RIAI bookshops, Harrods and numerous other museums and retailers around the world.


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