Hooke Park

architecture, landscape, making

Landscape

350-acre ancient woodland in Dorset countryside

Architecture

A unique history, and future, of design experimentation in timber

Making

Fabrication and assembly workshops, construction yard, and sites throughout the forest

Self-sufficiency

Using our own trees for construction and energy, and a kitchen garden to help feed us

Robotics

Advanced research in robotic fabrication of inherent-form wood

Study

Academic and visiting programmes at Hooke Park

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Self supplying renewable heat at Hooke

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The first chipping operation of Hooke Park timber completes the process that started with the Boiler House construction, the installation of the biomass boiler and the Woodchip Barn and we…

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Treefork Truss in ‘Advances in Architectural Geometry’ proceedings

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Our paper about the Woodchip Barn’s treefork truss has been published in the proceedings of the 2016 Advanced in Wood Architecture conference, available as an ebook here. Zac Mollica and…

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Hooke|Robotics website lanched

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The Hooke Park robotics facility has a new dedicated website detailing its equipment, capabilities and activities: http://hookerobotics.aaschool.ac.uk/ Hooke|Robotics is an advanced fabrication lab developing innovative fabrication processes through a methodological…

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Landscape Workshop weekend

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Last weekend we held the first of a series of Landscape Workshop, led by visiting tutor Hayley Anderson, through which we be developing a forest-garden within the campus and its…

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