Constructed from an apparently seamless ribbon, the Zero-In table’s shadow gap (hidden feet) and smooth finish make it a favourite with architects and their tech- friendly, modern interiors.
The Zero-In utilises a dual-wall construction that makes it possible for the slopes to converge at an unexpected angle. A softened square with rounded angles, the toughened glass top is strong, secure and has a high load capacity (weight is evenly distributed through the fully supported perimeter). Whether as a display surface for treasured books or a frame for interesting items, from whichever angle you look at it, this is a design that can be appreciated in its pure form.
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Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby founded their eponymous studio in 1996 after graduating with Master’s degrees in Architecture from The Royal College of Art in London. Edward and Jay have developed collections for leading international manufacturers and clients such as Vitra, Cappellini, Magis, Established and Sons, Flos and Venini. Both professors of design, they have exhibited widely and won many accolades, amongst them the prestigious Jerwood Prize for Applied Arts in September 2004, and in 2007 they were made Royal Designers for Industry. The first monograph of the work of Barber and Osgerby was published in May 2011 by Rizzoli in New York. Shortly before, the designers were commissioned by The London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) to design the London 2012 Olympic Torch. In 2012 they were shortlisted for the Design Museums Design of the year award.