Fans of the late artist Donald Judd will be able to tour his Soho home and studio beginning this June, reports Curbed. Located at 101 Spring Street, the lofted space is filled to the brim with iconic art, curios and personal effects — arranged precisely the way Judd had them before he died in 1994.
The five-story historic building was erected in 1870 and features floor-to-ceiling windows divided by columns. Judd reportedly tore down walls to make each floor unobstructed and full of light. “The building predated electricity,” said Michele F. Saliola, the Judd Foundation’s director of programs. “It makes sense as an artist’s studio, where natural light is so important.”
Inside the sun-drenched space, visitors will see 200 pieces of art and furniture and 1,800 household objects created by Judd. Tours must be booked in advance.