The Donald Judd Museum and Studio |

The Donald Judd Museum and Studio
New York, NY

The mission of the Judd Foundation is to maintain and preserve Donald Judd's living and work space, library and archives in New York and Marfa, Texas. Once serving as Judd's residence and studio, 101 Spring Street in historic SOHO is now home to a permanent installation of his work.  Levien & Company was hired to manage a complete restoration of the landmark five-story, cast-iron structure dating from 1870. The scope of work included the repair and preservation of the historic exterior and mechanical upgrades to enable the building's use as a museum and offices for the Judd Foundation.

Completion: 
2012
Architect: 
Architect: Architecture Research Office; Restoration Architect: Walter B. Melvin Architects
Construction Manager: 
Sciame Construction
Awards: 
2012 New York Landmarks Conservancy Lucy G. Moses Award for Preservation

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