Former artist’s studio transforms into public space

Architecture Research Office (ARO) has recently completed the full renovation of late-American artist Donald Judd’s home and studio in New York.

Rather than the typical museum that stores art here and there, the renovation restores Judd’s personal and work space to how it once was, allowing visitors to explore and experience the artist’s approach and practice.

The studio is located in a 19th century cast-iron warehouse in the heart of New York, and though it has been restored to it’s original state, the home and studio also now integrates an environmental system.

In recognition of ARO’s restorative efforts, Donald Judd Home and Studio won the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award.

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