Donald Judd’s Architecture Office in Marfa severely damaged by fire

A two-story commercial building at 102 N. Highland Avenue in Marfa, Texas, best known as the Architecture Office of Donald Judd, caught fire overnight. The interior of the building, which was empty at the time and is currently undergoing an extensive renovation led by Houston- and New York-based architecture studio SCHAUM/SHIEH, was “severely damaged” according to an Instagram statement published by the Judd Foundation. The Foundation, which has offices in both Marfa and Manhattan, added that no one was injured in the incident and the cause of the blaze, which was extinguished by Marfa’s volunteer fire department, is currently unknown.

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