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.
‘Maximise the minimum. A lot of the process of designing is taking out what is not necessary.’ Edward Barber, Jay Osgerby