John Hejduk 'London Masque'

Paper architecture display based on the work of John Hejduk opens at the Royal Academy of Arts
Location: The Royal Academy of Arts. London, United Kingdom
Fabricator: William Floyd Maclean
Architect/Designer: John Hejduk – curated by Vicky Richardson, Head of Architecture and Drue Heinz Curator at the Royal Academy of Arts
Products used: PaperStone®
Photography: © Royal Academy of Arts, London / David Parry. Permission granted by The Estate of John Hejduk.

Curator Vicky Richardson was delighted to be able to use charcoal coloured PaperStone® as the cladding material for the 4.7-metre-high structure, reducing its environmental impact and evoking the ‘Paper Architecture’ of Hejduk, who was a prolific drawer.

CDUK recently launched a new sustainable surface material produced from FSC certified recycled paper and cardboard, which responded explicitly to the brief. The Widow’s House’ is made from a new generation sustainable material, PaperStone® which is a composite surface made from recycled paper and a natural resin; it has a unique textured effect that creates an organic warmth.

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Royal Academy of Arts / John Hejduk
Royal Academy of Arts / John Hejduk