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VICTIMS : A work by John Hejduk (TEXT - I) 1986 | Architectural Association

VICTIMS : A work by John Hejduk (TEXT - I) 1986 | Architectural Association

VICTIMS: A WORK BY JOHN HEJDUK (TEXT · I) by John Hejduk

VICTIMS: A WORK BY JOHN HEJDUK (TEXT · I) by John Hejduk

EVERYDAY ART QUARTERLY No. 1: Summer 1946 A GUIDE TO WELL DESIGNED PRODUCTS Hilde Reiss [Editor]  |  Original edition. 8.5 x 11 softcover magazine with 20 pages and 28 black and white images. Cover photograph of work by Bruno Mathsson and Angelo Testa, from the Furniture and Fabrics exhibition at the Gallery of Everyday Art.

EVERYDAY ART QUARTERLY No. 1: Summer 1946 A GUIDE TO WELL DESIGNED PRODUCTS Hilde Reiss [Editor] | Original edition. 8.5 x 11 softcover magazine with 20 pages and 28 black and white images. Cover photograph of work by Bruno Mathsson and Angelo Testa, from the Furniture and Fabrics exhibition at the Gallery of Everyday Art.

JOHN HEJDUK “What is decisive about his work is that it leads to a different place, on which is both alien and inalienable: a place which consecrates Architecture with mysteries that are no longer decipherable within the ordinary code of mimesis… Hejduk’s work unconceals what cannot be seen when one only looks at cities, bridges, towers, swing-sets, prisons, ferris-wheels, even farmland. His architecture apprehends the Invisible in them”.-Daniel Libeskind about Hejduks work in the Mask of…

JOHN HEJDUK “What is decisive about his work is that it leads to a different place, on which is both alien and inalienable: a place which consecrates Architecture with mysteries that are no longer decipherable within the ordinary code of mimesis… Hejduk’s work unconceals what cannot be seen when one only looks at cities, bridges, towers, swing-sets, prisons, ferris-wheels, even farmland. His architecture apprehends the Invisible in them”.-Daniel Libeskind about Hejduks work in the Mask of…

Article: Working It Out:  On John Hejduk’s Diamond series - Diamond House A, Diamond House B, Diamond Museum C (1962-1967)

Article: Working It Out: On John Hejduk’s Diamond series - Diamond House A, Diamond House B, Diamond Museum C (1962-1967)

touch: John Hejduk selimozalp.blogspot.com737 × 576Search by image John Hejduk. Cathedral, Model 1996 Collection CCA. House of the Painter 1984, Painted Wood Model Collection CCA.

touch: John Hejduk selimozalp.blogspot.com737 × 576Search by image John Hejduk. Cathedral, Model 1996 Collection CCA. House of the Painter 1984, Painted Wood Model Collection CCA.

John Hejduk, model of cathedral Pewter Wings, Golden Horns, Stone Veils (1996), painted wood, 61 x 121.9 x 43.2 cm. John Hejduk fonds, Collection Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal

John Hejduk, model of cathedral Pewter Wings, Golden Horns, Stone Veils (1996), painted wood, 61 x 121.9 x 43.2 cm. John Hejduk fonds, Collection Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal

John Hejduk quote : “When an architect is thinking, he’s thinking architecture and his work is always architecture, whatever form it appears in. No area is more architectural than any other.”

What is Architecture? – Part 1

John Hejduk quote : “When an architect is thinking, he’s thinking architecture and his work is always architecture, whatever form it appears in. No area is more architectural than any other.”

http://www.cooper.edu/architecture/publications/john-hejduk-works

http://www.cooper.edu/architecture/publications/john-hejduk-works

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