Designed by Paul Brooks, ZERO chairs pursue ease of use, ergonomics, and avant-garde aesthetics. ZERO chairs have been conceived for comfort, without the need for complicated adjustments of mechanisms. That makes them ideal for shared workspaces or meeting areas, where there is no available time to adjust the ergonomic settings for each user with complex mechanisms. The seat body is manufactured with an advanced 3D suspension mesh that is stretched over a flexible polyamide frame, producing a seat body that adapts to the user without having to make any type of adjustment. For added comfort, the chairs have a built-in self-regulating tilt/rocking mechanism that improves mobility and promotes dynamic sitting. The breathable 3D mesh is black and the external polyamide frame is manufactured in black or light grey.
International furniture designer, Paul Brooks graduated from the RCA with a degree in Furniture Design before joining the design team of Robert Heritage, OBE RDI, in 1983. Paul established his own design practice in 1988 after five years working on diverse projects. He has since worked for a host of UK, as well as other European furniture manufacturers and has become a well established figure in the design community with many highly successful creations to his credit. Paul Brooks is now based in the centre of Europe. His products have received international recognition and design awards such as GOOD DESIGN Award , IF Award , GIO Award and C2C silver Award, Gold Award Neocon , Red Dot Award .Paul Brooks has also been awarded with an Ergonomic Excellence Award and named Designer of the Year at Mixology 2008.