_ The Nine-Square problem is used as a pedagogical tool in the introduction of architecture to new students.
Working within this problem the student begins to discover and understand the elements of architecture. Grid, frame, post, beam, panel, center, periphery, field, edge, line, plane, volume, extension, compression, tension, shear, etc. The student begins to probe the meaning of plan, elevation, section, and details. He learns to draw. He begins to comprehend the relationships between two-dimensional drawings, axonometric projections, and three-dimensional (model) form. The student studies and draws his scheme in plan and in axonometric, and searches out the three-dimensional implications in the model. An understanding of the elements is revealed - an idea of fabrication emerges.
 
John Hejduk

 

 

1999
이현수
진현민
강병철
곽미현
 
2002
박정준
오욱연
임진철
장원희
 
2003-1
강완희
민들레
오지훈
황은미
 
2003-2
강지현
박지혜
이준혁
한진수