The Zero-In low table by Barber Osgerby makes use of several visual illusions and challenging construction techniques. A seamless ribbon of polyester forms the base of the table. A dual wall construction means that the interior walls of the table converge at a more extreme
angle than the exterior walls and when objects are placed upon the tables glass surface they appear to float unaided. The whole table
seems to hover slightly above the ground with the aid of concealed feet. The Zero-In table works well as a domestic coffee table and side table and also offers solutions for commercial spaces. As a low table the Zero-In’s elegant proportions and timeless design make it the perfect partner for any contemporary or classic seating system.