Together with Edward Barber Jay Osgerby founded the design studio “BarberOsgerby” in 1996. Jay Osgerby talks about the Zero-in table which Established & Sons (in its limited edition version of high gloss polished, hand-formed aluminium) presented at Design Miami/ Basel. The Zero-in has won the Red Dot award, the FX design award 2005 and the House & Garden magazine in association with the V&A Museum award 2006. In recent years BarberOsgerby has been developing collections for leading international manufacturers such as Cappellini, Magis, Authentics, Venini and Isokon. The studio won many awards such as Best New Designer ICFF 1998, Best Furniture Design from Design Week magazine 2003 and 2004 plus further awards from the V&A Museum, I.D. Magazine and Blueprint. BarberOsgerby picked up the prestigious Jerwood Prize for the Applied Arts in September 2004. Design Miami/ Basel, June 15, 2006.
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