ARCKIT is a freeform architectural modelling system that allows you to physically explore designs and bring your ideas to life with speed and precision. Based on modern building techniques and a 1.2m/4ft grid to scale, the ‘click and connect’ modular components make it possible to create a vast range of structures that can be quickly assembled, endlessly modified and finished to perfection.
Teachers are always looking for new ideas to inspire students with creative learning in the classroom. We often turn to technology for the answer, but what if there was a more collaborative and tactile way to accelerate creativity?
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) is high on the agenda for schools, inspiring teachers to find more creative ways of bringing these skills to life in the classroom. Is Arckit the solution we’ve been looking for?
Arckit is inspiring the next generation of architects with a freeform model building kit that allows students to design, build and modify scaled structures. The resource opens up the world of architecture to students of all ages for the first time. Ideal as a STEM/STEAM learning aid, Arckit’s unique system of modular ‘click and connect’ components help students to develop fundamental design skills, learn the basic principles of architecture and experience the feeling of spontaneous creativity through hands-on model building. We will be sharing innovations at Bett stand G449.