Arkki’s Recreational Workshops

Arkki not only offers fun workshops for children but for adults as well! Choose a theme for your recreation day and come spend the day building huts or a magnificent tower using LEGO® bricks!


Hut-building Days

Spend a memorable day in the nature learning about the art of building huts. On Arkki’s hut-building day, you learn about different ways to construct a hut and after the theoretic part, you get to test your newly gained skills by building an actual hut together with your team. Afterwards the team gets to relax over freshly baked pancakes and coffee, maybe even inside the hut they have just built.

This day is a wonderful way to improve the teamwork and communication among the group. This easy-going day in the nature truly refreshes and restores your strength.

“An extremely effective, cohesive experience!”

Arkki’s hut-building days are arranged in a conservation area in Espoo, near the Gallen-Kallela Museum. The workshops are led by Arkki’s experienced architect guides.


LEGO® Tower

Get together to build Finland’s highest LEGO® tower!

This playful workshop offers constructional challenges which can only be overcome with teamwork and active co-operation. This workshop is a great way to improve the communication among the group. The outcome of this workshop, ‘Finland’s highest LEGO® tower’, is a product of the cooperation and contribution of each member of the group. Social interaction and teamwork skills are keywords in this entertaining and inspiring task.

There are no wrong ways to build the tower, and the outcome is always as unique as its makers. The building process still offers many challenges. That is why this workshop is a wonderful way to improve creative thinking and problem solving skills among the group, but most of all, working together as a team.


LEGO® City

Get together to build an entire LEGO® city!

This fun workshop encourages teamwork and active co-operation. The city is divided into two areas by a river running through them. The participants are divided into two teams, that start to build their part of the city from the opposite sides of the river. The teams build their own sides in co-operation with the other and agree joint rules about how to build the city. In the end the two sides are joined together by bridges. This stimulating city planning task requires teamwork and the ability to see the bigger picture. Each participant’s contribution is important and this task is a great way to perceive how everyone’s individual input joined together makes a whole.