Arckit readies first ever Kickstarter campaign

Arckit is set to launch its first ever Kickstarter campaign, which will allow designers and model lovers to build a dream city.

Designers will also gain access to 12 new kits, which Arckit has developed to inspire the next generation of architects and visionary urban planners.

Arckit Cityscape and Arckit Masterplan will give fans the chance to build their dream city from scratch, from skyscrapers and parks to piazzas.

“We launched our original Arckit back in 2014 as a revolutionary alternative to the traditional architects’ model,” said Damien Murtagh, founder of Arckit.

“Our patented system won us multiple awards and is stocked globally in prestigious retailers and design museums such as Harrods London, Barnes & Noble across the US, Brown Thomas Dublin, Hamleys Singapore, The Smithsonian & Guggenheim museums NY and many other stores worldwide.

Arckit is also used in schools and universities for teaching STEM education. Now we want to open up architecture to everyone and change the way people think about their built environments.”

The first kits are now available exclusively on Kickstarter, with retail prices for the Arckit Cityscape starting from €24.99 and Masterplan starting from €139.

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