Second, third and fourth photos by Elizabeth Felicella via Design Observer
The rest via Curbed
Donald Judd bought a five-story building in SoHo in the late '60s - when the neighborhood was disused warehouses and a few artists' studios - and moved in. Earlier this month the Judd Foundation opened his former home and studio to the public after a three-year restoration by Architecture Research Office. It looks (unsurprisingly) amazing! Appointments to visit 101 Spring Street are sold out until mid November, the last month the building will be open, so get your ticket now! Like, NOW!
You can read more about the building in an essay by Judd himself, here.