Donald Judd (1928 - 1994) was a protagonist and one of the most influential artists of American Minimal Art. With his sculptures, his "specific objects" made of steel, wood, aluminum and plexiglass he analysed the definition of space and sculpture in a radical and revolutionary way. Judd's objects are conceived with the principles of progression and seriality. They manifest a latent inclination towards architecture through their reference to the sur%C3%82round%C3%82ing space, precise positioning, rectilinearity and ordered structural logic. From the 1970s onwards, Judd designed and produced about 100 pieces of furniture. After the artist's death these pieces continue to be made by the Judd Foundation, New York. They are manufactured piece by piece on demand and distributed by selected collectors and dealers including Schellmann Art, Munich.