Between the interface of functional objects and visual art, Lucas Morten invites you to an era where contemporary questioning social thoughts meet the history of brutalism. 

During a visit to the Jewish Museum in New York city, Lucas Morten got fascinated by the Star of David and its many strict angles and sharp tips. It was out from a geometric play with parts from the star that the Udd table took its shape. In order to keep a whole expression from getting too strict, the artist found a way to hand- anodised the aluminium which enabled a more organic paint pattern and gave the piece a sense of uniqueness. Limited edition of 27


Anodised alumimium


L170 x W45 x H27 cm


Dark brown anodised aluminium