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Hooke Garden is a greenhouse pavilion in the UK that makes use of earth excavated from the site to form its full-length rammed earth wall. It also uses forest timber and lime in lieu of cement for a more sustainable construction. The wall is supported by six dual posts arranged 1200mm apart to form the mold, and the posts extend above the wall to support the timber roof. The wall performs as a thermal insulator for the greenhouse as it absorbs heat during the day and releases it at night for the continuous cycle of growth for fresh fruits and vegetables within, a source of food for locals.