The Arckit Mini Dormer contains specialist components and everything else you need to create a range of quick and creative dormer designs. Perfect as a stand-alone kit or as an advanced add-on to an existing Arckit collection.
Small parts – not suitable for children under 3 years old.
Arckit Mini Dormer 2.0 is a freeform architectural modeling system that allows kids to explore designs and bring their ideas to life with speed and precision. With over 80 pieces included, children can build detailed structures and learn architectural design fundamentals.
With quick assembly, reusable components, and multiple building capabilities, Arckit Mini Dormer 2.0 offers endless creative possibilities. Kids can let their imagination run wild and create unique architectural designs.
Arckit Mini Dormer 2.0 serves as a STEM learning aid for education and a fun way to develop architectural and design skills. It provides practical learning tools for aspiring architects, allowing them to understand the principles of architecture in a hands-on and interactive way.
Arckit offers free online tools to enhance designs. The Arckit Digital Components and Arckitexture Printable Materials Library are available to add a personal touch to designs. Kids can experiment with different textures and materials to create unique and realistic architectural models.
The Arckit Mini Dormer contains small parts and is not suitable for children under 3 years old.
Yes, the Arckit Mini Dormer can be used as a stand-alone kit or as an advanced add-on to an existing Arckit collection.
Yes, the Arckit Mini Dormer comes with step-by-step instructions to guide kids through the building process.
The Arckit Mini Dormer 2.0 is a creative and educational architectural model building kit for kids. With its specialist components and endless design possibilities, it is perfect for developing architectural and design skills. Whether used as a stand-alone kit or as an add-on to an existing Arckit collection, the Arckit Mini Dormer provides a fun and engaging way for kids to explore the world of architecture.