Working It Out: On John Hejduk’s Diamond Configurations

  • Jasper M
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<p>In 1967 John Hejduk exhibits a series of drawings and models that explore the architectural implications of the forty-five degree rotation of bounding elements relative to an orthogonal system.   The work was the result of a five-year investigation into the problem.  This paper examines the architectural effects released by the so-called diamond configurations, speculates on their ability to go beyond certain composition ideas and devices, and examines the notion of a temporality specific to architecture.</p>

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Jasper, M. (2014). Working It Out: On John Hejduk’s Diamond Configurations. Architectural Histories, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.5334/ah.cb

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