Hooke Park Soundtrail：Heard and （un）Seen
Ke Yang is an ARB Registered Architect and a RIBA Chartered Member since 2022. Graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture and the Architectural Association, he now works as an Architect at Zaha Hadid Architects. Ke has a strong personal interest in experimenting with different architectural and non-architectural materials to create objects at different scales, from a product or a sculpture to an architectural component. His aim is to use modern fabrication techniques to update traditional construction methods.
Bracken, normally considered as a pest which threatens the local biodiversity, is salvaged by Ke and every part of the plant is turned into innovative construction material. By making use of bracken, a series of architectural intervention are built to facilitate a pedagogical programme in the woods for bird-listening while helping to study and manage the local biodiversity of Hooke Park.
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