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The circle means perfect form, indicating some universal order behind this building.

The circle means perfect form, indicating some universal order behind this building.

Crematory In Parma / Studio Zermani e Associati. A very spiritual space. The word is useless, because everything is self-evident.

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Crematory In Parma / Studio Zermani e Associati. A very spiritual space. The word is useless, because everything is self-evident.

Crematory In Parma / Studio Zermani e Associati. This is another case showing the architecture as intermediate between human and nature. The open courtyard generate a public space for communication between sky, earth and human.

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Crematory In Parma / Studio Zermani e Associati. This is another case showing the architecture as intermediate between human and nature. The open courtyard generate a public space for communication between sky, earth and human.

Chapel In The Woods / Studio Zermani e Associati. A simple cross in forest shows the relationship between human and nature. In this case, the whole forest, sky and earth is architecture.

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Chapel In The Woods / Studio Zermani e Associati. A simple cross in forest shows the relationship between human and nature. In this case, the whole forest, sky and earth is architecture.

Paolo Zermani, again manipulates the building by local building type and universal form. This is a good example for combination of regionalism and modernism.

Paolo Zermani, again manipulates the building by local building type and universal form. This is a good example for combination of regionalism and modernism.

Although I don't know what Hejduk thought when he drew this diagram, I could feel the sense that some objects leave their origin to meet together but at the same time maintain the connection to origin.

Although I don't know what Hejduk thought when he drew this diagram, I could feel the sense that some objects leave their origin to meet together but at the same time maintain the connection to origin.

For John Hejduk, architecture is emotional. He uses metaphor to indicate building as machines with consciousness.

For John Hejduk, architecture is emotional. He uses metaphor to indicate building as machines with consciousness.

Aldo Rossi's building uses modern component, steel lintel and classical component Greek column to show his vision for the site.

Aldo Rossi's building uses modern component, steel lintel and classical component Greek column to show his vision for the site.

Architecture is emotional rather than a object. In this case, Hejduk's house has a sad atmosphere which could easily be sensed by reader to the building.

Architecture is emotional rather than a object. In this case, Hejduk's house has a sad atmosphere which could easily be sensed by reader to the building.

Hejduk's masterpiece, wall house. The wall create a dilemma situation which neither separate nor connect the two terminals.

Hejduk's masterpiece, wall house. The wall create a dilemma situation which neither separate nor connect the two terminals.


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The Kreuzberg Tower Berlin, Germany 1988 John Hejduk archdaily

The Kreuzberg Tower Berlin, Germany 1988 John Hejduk archdaily

John Hejduk, Diamond Museum C, 1967

John Hejduk, Diamond Museum C, 1967

plagiarismisnecessary:    John Hejduk  Victims (1986)

plagiarismisnecessary: John Hejduk Victims (1986)

John Hejduk. Three Projects. New York: Cooper Union School of Art and Architecture, 1969.

John Hejduk. Three Projects. New York: Cooper Union School of Art and Architecture, 1969.

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…

john hejduk - Buscar con Google

john hejduk - Buscar con Google

Wall House 2 John Hejduk 19

Wall House 2 John Hejduk 19

John Hejduk: From Three Projects, 1969 | Drawing Matter

John Hejduk: From Three Projects, 1969 | Drawing Matter

École Architects est. 2007Studio led by Nicolas Simon& Max Turnheim.  Project: Island

École Architects est. 2007Studio led by Nicolas Simon& Max Turnheim. Project: Island

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