A devastating fire in June 2021 at Donald Judd’s Architecture Office in Marfa, Texas, which was undergoing an extensive renovation project at the time of the blaze, will be reconstructed, according to the nonprofit Judd Foundation.
The news was shared on Instagram by the New York–headquartered organization, which is dedicated to preserving the legacy and work of the late American artist. Since the fire, Judd Foundation has continued working with SCHAUM/SHIEH, an architecture studio with offices in Houston and New York City, and structural engineers Silman, who were restoring the 5,000-square-foot brick building at the time of the fire. The team has assessed the condition of the
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