Donald Judd Furniture maintains established relationships with select galleries and furniture dealers. Please inquire for referral closest to your location.
All sales of Donald Judd Furniture are final.
All proceeds benefit Judd Foundation, a non-profit organization based in New York and Marfa, Texas.
Pricing & Tax
Prices listed on this website are in US dollars. Prices do not include applicable sales tax or shipping and are subject to change. Laws regarding taxation of merchandise, freight and handling are subject to destination; to be determined with each order. Donald Judd Furniture reserves the right to restrict or cancel orders.
The lead time for Custom Order furniture is a minimum of 18 weeks for wood and about 12 weeks for metal.
Customers are responsible for cost and arrangement of shipping from Donald Judd Furniture to destination of choice. Please note United States (California) as the origin for wood furniture and Switzerland (Dübendorf) as the origin for metal furniture. Orders are subject to import fees based on country of destination.
Transcon International is the preferred shipper of Donald Judd Furniture for domestic and international service. Please contact +1 718 585 1762 for shipping information.
Donald Judd Furniture is not able to provide or guarantee shipping quotes before or as orders are placed.
Care & Treatment
Use a microfiber cloth when dusting Donald Judd Furniture. Do not use any solvents on wood, metal, or painted aluminum furniture. Only distilled water is recommended. Surfaces will change over time, wood will darken and materials, such as copper, will tarnish. For further assistance with cleaning or repair, please contact a furniture specialist or conservator.
Appraisal & Authentication
Donald Judd Furniture does not authenticate or offer financial appraisals or evaluations of Donald Judd designed furniture from any era of production. Nor does it assist or advise in the disposal of private property or express opinions regarding the merits of appraisal firms. Donald Judd Furniture accepts no legal or other responsibility for any opinion that may be expressed about a piece of Donald Judd designed furniture.
Furniture numbers reference the 1993 Museum Boymans-van Beuningen Donald Judd Furniture: Retrospective exhibition catalogue for wood pieces and Lehni AG production numbers for metal pieces.
Donald Judd named his ranch south of Marfa, Texas, Ayala de Chinati. He designed the AdeC as a ranch branding iron with the Basque word, Ayala, which denotes a region where slope and meadow meet.
Donald Judd Furniture
101 Spring Street
New York, NY 10012
+1 212 219 2747
About this site
Claude Armstrong, Architect
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Donald Judd Art © 2017 Judd Foundation / ARS
Dan Flavin Art © 2017 Stephen Flavin / ARS