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Apartment House

Apartment House

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People

  • John Hejduk (creator)
  • John Hejduk (architect)
  • John Hejduk (draughtsman)
  • John Hejduk (archive creator)

Title

Apartment House

Dates of creation

[1954-1963]

Level of archival description

File 4

Extent and Medium

  • 12 drawings

Scope and Content

File documents an unexecuted project for an apartment house. Material in this file was produced between 1954 and 1963.

File contains a conceptual drawing, design development drawings, and presentation drawings.

Reference Number

AP145.S2.D4

Language of material

Documents are in English.

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    • Reference Number: DR1998:0037:002-006
    • Title: A plan, elevations, an axonometric, and sketches
    • Form: drawings
    • Catalogued items: 1

    People:

    • John Hejduk (archive creator)

    Quantity / Object type:

    5 design development drawing(s)

    Stage and Purpose:

    • design development drawings

    Technique and media:

    Graphite, ink and pastel on translucent paper

    Dimensions:

    sheet (smallest): 50 x 47 cm sheet (largest): 79 x 93 cm

    Credit line:

    John Hejduk fonds
    Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
    Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal

    Objects that have been catalogued:

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    • Reference Number: DR1998:0037:007-012
    • Title: Plans and elevations
    • Form: drawings
    • Catalogued items: 6

    People:

    • John Hejduk (archive creator)

    Quantity / Object type:

    6 presentation drawing(s)

    Stage and Purpose:

    • presentation drawings (proposals)

    Technique and media:

    Graphite, wax crayon and pastel on translucent paper

    Dimensions:

    sheet (smallest): 68 x 67 cm sheet (largest): 77 x 93 cm

    Credit line:

    John Hejduk fonds
    Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
    Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal

    Objects that have been catalogued:

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    • Reference Number: DR1998:0037:001
    • Title: Sketch elevation and axonometric for Apartment House
    • Dates of creation: 1954-1963
    • Form: drawings

    People:

    • John Hejduk (archive creator)
    • John Hejduk (architect)

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 drawing(s)

    Technique and media:

    Drawing in ink on translucent paper

    Dimensions:

    sheet: 24 × 28 cm (9 7/16 × 11 in.)

    Credit line:

    John Hejduk fonds
    Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
    Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal

    Copyright:

    © CCA

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