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Hak Folly

In collaboration with Dutch wood flooring manufacturer Hakwood, Flea Folly Architects  designed and built ‘HakFolly’, a 4.5m high temple of timber located within the historic St John’s Gate. 

Inspired by a visit to Hakwood’s factory in the Netherlands, HakFolly is a stacked timber structure using off the shelf planks, as well as leftover timber elements created during the manufacture of floorboards.


It was displayed as part of Clerkenwell Design Week.


Architect . Flea Folly Architects 

 

 

 

 

Projects

Churches Events Hotels Museums and galleries Performing arts Residential Education Sculptures and installations Sports venues Visitor centres Workspaces Conservation Tensile structures Timber engineering Momentum menagerie