Soaring spires, towering arches, fascinatingly complex curves and angles! Build your foundation in architectural design with this fascinating engineering science kit that explores the engineering principles behind planning and developing buildings and structures.
Through model building exercises inside this educational toy and kit, you play the role of architect and engineer as you piece together an array of models, from small, basic structural elements like trusses, arches, and domes, to giant complex models of real-world buildings.
Try building the Sydney Opera House, or put the Eiffel Tower on display in your living room!
With 20 guided model builds, you can construct stadiums, skyscrapers, a ferris wheel, and so much more! By getting hands-on with the exercises inside this Thames & Kosmos Architectural Engineering kit, you’ll develop an understanding of how architectural engineers apply scientific principles to their designs and how the buildings and structures of the 21st-century push materials and engineering to the limits.
The 44-page, full-color manual inside this engineering science kit guides your journey while also encouraging independent exploration of your own designs.
What is the tallest tower, the most voluminous dome, or the longest bridge you can build with the modular building pieces? How will you use what you learn to further your architectural journey? Discover the answers to these questions and more with this hands-on STEM experiment kit!