AA Members and alumni are invited to explore Hooke Park, the AA’s woodland campus in Dorset.
Tours of the architecture campus buildings and talks on the development of Hooke Park as a unique place for learning, experimentation and self-sufficiency will take place throughout the day. You also have the chance to join medical herbalist and Hooke resident Georgie Corry Wright on a foraging woodland walk.
08.20 | Depart London Waterloo
11.20 | Arrival at Hooke Park
11.20 – 11.40 | Coffee, introduction to Hooke Park in the Prototype House (1989, Richard Burton and Frei Otto)
11.40 – 12.20 | Tour of original buildings including Workshop (1987 by Richard Burton & Frei Otto) and Westminster Lodge (1995) by Edward Cullinan Architects
12.20 – 13.00 | Tour of AA Design + Make buildings including: Timber Seasoning Shelter (2014), Biomass Boiler House (2015) and Big Shed (2012) plus Wakeford Hall project update
13.00 – 13.40 | Lunch served in the Refectory
13.40 – 14.40 | Campus tour, Design + Make: Woodchip Barn (2016) and Sawmill Shelter (2017)
14.40 – 16.15 | Foraging walk led by Georgie Corry Wright, Hooke Park resident and medical herbalist
14.40 – 16.15 | Growing timber for future architecture: Tour of the forestry at Hooke Park with Jez Ralph
16.15 – 16.45 | Tea
16.45 | Depart Hooke Park
If you have any questions, please contact the Membership & Alumni team on 020 7887 firstname.lastname@example.org
Image: Hooke Park © AA Photo Library