Competition: win a black Zero-In table by Barber and Osgerby
Dezeen is giving away a Zero-In table, designed by Barber and Osgerby for British brand Established & Sons, in our latest competition.
This competition is now closed. Congratulations to the winner, who is Graham Cooke from Newbury, England.
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To celebrate Established & Sons' debut at 100% Design, a trade show that forms part of the annual London Design Festival, we're offering one reader the chance to win a black version of the streamlined low table.
London-based Barber and Osgerby, the studio founded by designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, developed the Zero-In in 2005 as a more simple alternative to the classic coffee table.
It features four sides that taper inwards to the base, hiding the feet below. A reflective glass surface, measuring 900 by 900 millimetres, is slotted on top to form a "seamless" connection to the bottom.
To manufacture the table's tapered form and rounded corners, Established & Sons compresses two layers of a polyester-moulding compound into a mould.
"The Zero-In table creates an illusion of weightlessness, with seamless sloping walls at unexpected angles topped with a glass surface, all supported by hidden feet that create a shadow gap below the structure," said the brand.
Zero-In was one the first ever products launched by Established & Sons, which was founded by Sebastian Wrong, Angad Paul, Mark Holmes, Alasdhair Willis and Tamara Caspersz.
Wrong recently returned to the brand as design director, after a five-year hiatus, joining a new team of directors. He unveiled his first collection for the brand earlier this year, ahead of the Salone del Mobile fair in Milan, featuring a flat-pack sofa and a bouncing light.
In an exclusive interview with Dezeen, Wrong explained how the brand's key aim is to offer a range that is "accessible, competitively priced and ready to go straight away".
Established & Sons will present its latest furniture and lighting designs at 100% Design, which takes place from 19 to 22 September 2018 at the Olympia exhibition centre in London. Visitors can register to visit the event online.
Competition closes 20 September 2018. One winner will be selected at random and notified by email, and their names will be published at the top of this page.