Competition: five Arckit 180 modelling sets to be won
Dezeen has teamed up with Arckit to give away five modelling kits from its new series.
Congratulations to the winners! Denis Radenkovic, Stephanie Ehrlich, Francoise Hirst, April Valle and Aurora Zordan.
Arckit was hailed as "posh Lego" when it was first launched by architect Damien Murtagh over two years ago, as it is made up modular components that connect without glue.
It aimed to provide architects with an alternative to the traditional cut and glue architectural working models, but the collection has since expanded to include kits suitable for a wider audience.
"Arckit has been a success not just in the architecture sector but also within education," said Murtagh.
"We have launched the new kits to meet this demand and build on the original range, so users can now use Arckit to design a wider range of models than ever before."
"It's an extremely innovative and practical tool for students and professionals, but also amazing fun for anyone who is creative and enjoys design and modelmaking," he continued.
The interconnecting click-and-connect components are standard across the range, allowing users to add to their collection and integrate the previous kits.
Models can be finished with self-adhesive Arckitexture sheets, which add details such as wood, stone, metal and solar panels, as well as water and grass.
Animation of Arckit
Five winners will each receive an Arckit 180, as well as free online access to Arckitexture and Arckit Digital components with SketchUp 3D.
Arckit is available to purchase online and in selected stores worldwide. Visit arckit.com for more information.
Competition closes 1 December 2016. Winners will be selected at random and notified by email, and their names will be published at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.