Jasper Morrison is one of Britain's most internationally renowned designers. Born in London in 1959 and he studied design at Kingston Polytechnic and the Royal College of Art in London.
Later he created his own studio, Jasper Morrison Ltd, which has offices in London, Paris and Tokyo. The firm designs a wide range of household products, and architectural and urban spaces and works with international brands of furniture and contemporary design such as Alessi, Andreu World, Cappellini, Flos, Kettal and Vitra.
Among his most important projects include the design of furniture for Tate Modern in London, a bench for the Roppongi Hills project in Tokyo, ATM desk system for Vitra, and a line of appliances for Rowenta. In 2005, he curated the "Super Normal project. Sensations of the ordinary " with Naoto Fukasawa with the first exhibition was in 2006 in Tokyo.
Jasper Morrison has also published books, including "Everything But The Walls", "A World Without Words", "Super Normal" and "The Good Life".