What could be more minimal than a Donald Judd sculpture? The clean forms, understated materials, and production process make Judd’s sculptures a hallmark of minimalism. Not unpredictably, his home and studio is an epitome of minimalist aesthetic and sensibility. Located in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City, Judd’s five story row home is now open to the public, thanks to restoration efforts by Architecture Research Office.
Decorated with furniture of his own design, as well as artworks by artists Carl Andre, John Chamberlain, Dan Flavin and Frank Stella, Judd’s home was a source of inspiration to him and his contemporaries. With the precise restoration complete, the home and studio preserves Donald Judd’s legacy, allowing a future generation to be inspired by the timeless artist.