The colouring on the glass sweeps around the centre of the table top, leaving a multi-coloured trail as if time was caught in bright hues that settle on the glass. The colours vary from subtle skin tones to the deepest indigo blue and vivid turquoise. Light that falls onto the table travels through the glass picking up the different tones of colour, printing its image on the floor in as many instances as the light sources that light it. Instead of legs the table top balances on three glass balls. These balls themselves reflect and reflects the light and multiply everything around them. The fragility of the construction makes it a table for contemplation and visual wonder.