Falper’s Minimum collection: blurring the line between art and design | News | Architonic

Judd established an international reputation with what he called ‘specific objects’, meticulously crafted monolithic forms, hypnotic sharp-edged volumes that had an almost totemic impact. Judd also designed and built his own furniture, and his work deliberately blurred the lines between art and design. The Minimum collection, multi-faceted and modular, operates in the same blurred space, offering formal purity, expertly handled proportions and almost infinite compositional possibilities.

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