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With the vision to build a monument for escapism, Flykt chair was sculpted from a concrete foundation to enable the feel of a hovering interaction area. A space for ones everyday reality escape as a crucial element for mental survival.

Design: Lucas Morten, 2020
Material: concrete, burned waxed steel and hand-waxed upholstered cushion color/black and grey

Dimensions:
l 150 h 83 w 50 cm

LIMITED EDITION OF 17 + 1 AP

Made by hand, in Sweden

*Please note that shipping will be quoted upon confirmation of order
***due to that all objects are meticulously handmade by the artist, it is not possible to make identical items. Please note that any irregularities or natural blemishes should not be misconstructed.

FLYKT CHAIR

Lucas Morten

USD 6,292.00 Price excl. VAT  | Shipping costs excluded

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Available: on request; 6-7 weeks

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Lucas Morten

Between the interface of functional objects and visual art, Lucas Morten invites you to an era where contemporary questioning societal thoughts meets the history of brutalism. Being able to interact with art in more than a visual way, also physically and mentally, was out of importance in the handmaking of the objects.

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