in the Public Realm
Donald Judd Home + Studio
Recent Architecture: Galleries & Art Spaces

Original Architect
Nicholas Whyte
Renovation Architect
Architecture Research Office
Judd Foundation
  • Renovation, 2013
Landmark Designations
  • New York City Landmark
  • AIA New York Chapter, Architecture Design Award 2014
Donald Judd Home + Studio - Adam Yarinsky
“In November ‘68 I bought a cast-iron building in the Cast-Iron District of New York City. The building was built in 1870 and designed by Nicholas Whyte, whose only other cast-iron building is in Brazil….The given circumstances were very simple: the floors must be open, the right angle of windows on each floor must not be interrupted, and any changes must be compatible. My requirements were that the building be useful for living and working and more importantly, more definitely, be a space...
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101 Spring Street
New York, NY 10012
United States

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