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Jasper Morrison


Known for his “Super Normal” approach to design, Jasper Morrison looks to find the exceptional in the world of the ordinary. He is a firm believer that design should have an almost invisible presence in the end product and that an atmosphere of naturalness in things is more important than a designer’s signature.

Born in London in 1959, Jasper studied design at Kingston Polytechnic, the Royal College of Art and Berlin’s HdK. In 1986 he opened his Office for Design in London, from where he continues to design furniture, lighting, tableware and everyday products.

He has published several books with Lars Müller Publishers, including A World Without Words, The Good Life, A Book of Things and Super Normal (with Naoto Fukasawa). He has curated and participated in many exhibitions in Japan, the USA and across Europe. His work is represented in New York’s Museum of Modern Art and many other prominent collections around the world. His contribution to design has been recognised with membership of the Royal Designers for Industry, a CBE award in Britain and the Italian Compasso D'Oro award for his career.

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