- John Hejduk (archive creator)
- John Hejduk (architect)
- John Hejduk (draughtsman)
- Hejduk was invited by the organizers of the XVII Triennale di Milano, under the direction of Pierluigi Nicolin, to submit a project for the Triennale's theme of 'Nine Projects for Nine Cities' (Shkapich, 12 Nov. 1992). This group of drawings and photocopies of preliminary sketches by Hejduk is based on the "MZ7" document, which was compiled under the direction of Giorgio Fiorese and Marsia Deimichei and includes site information and a series of photographs of the Bovisa district of Milan (Fiorese 1987, p. 41). Created by Hejduk in New York during the summer of 1986, the drawings are a combination of real and fictional architecture and figures based on the photographs of the "MZ7" document.
Quantity / Object type:
Stage and Purpose:
Extent and Medium:
- 55 drawings mostly paint, with some black felt-tip pen and some photocopies, 3 sheets with 12 photocopies of preliminary sketches on each, 2 manuscripts
Technique and media:
Mostly paint, with some black felt-tip pen and some photocopies
sheets: 98.5 x 64.0 cm
Method of Projection:
- pictorial drawings
- sketch elevations (drawings)
- sketch plans (drawings)
- sketch sections (orthographic drawings)
Point of View:
- This group is composed of 60 loose sheets: 55 drawings; 2 manuscripts, the title page and a page of poetic reflections on the Bovisa district of Milan with a list of 82 fictional buildings, and 3 sheets with 12 photocopies of preliminary sketches on each.
inscribed - on DR1988:0436:001, by the draughtsman, in red and black gouache, throughout: "BOVISA / A / WORK / "BY / JOHN / HEJDUK"
inscribed - on DR1988:0436:060, by the draughtsman, in black felt-tip pen, throughout: with poetic reflections on the Bovisa district of Milan and a list of 82 fictional buildings
Subject Descriptive Terms:
- apartment houses
- towers (building divisions)
- towers (single built works)
- industrial complexes
- clock tower
- swimming pool
- fantastic architecture
John Hejduk fonds
Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal
- This material was acquired by the CCA prior to the acquisition of the John Hejduk fonds in 1998, which was donated by John Hejduk.
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