Jasper Morrison

Office for Design

Jasper Morrison was born in London in 1959 and graduated in design from Kingston Polytechnic and the Royal College of Art in London, with a year at Berlin’s HdK art school. In 1986, he set up an office for design in London. His earliest designs were produced by Aram Designs and SCP Ltd. in London, Neotu in Paris, FSB in Germany and Cappellini in Italy. He then formed Utilism International together with Andreas Brandolini and Axel Kufus. They provide exhibition design and town planning services. In 1994, Jasper Morrison began consulting Üstra, the Hanover transport authority, designing a bus shelter, and in 1995 the new Hanover tram. In 2001, he was elected as a Royal Designer for Industry. In 2005,
Jasper Morrison founded Super Normal with Naoto Fukasawa.



Washbasin, Ideal Standard (Photo: Alex Wilson)

References: Alessi; Cappellini; Flos; Ideal Standard, UK; Magis; Muji, Japan; Samsung, Korea; Rosenthal; Rowenta; Vitra and others.

Exhibitions: Reuters News Centre exhibited an installation at documenta 8 in Kassel in 1987; “Some new items for the home, part I”, Berlin Design Werkstadt 1988; “Some new items for the home, part II”, collaboration with Vitra, Salone del Mobile, Milan 1989; furniture design for London’s Tate Modern, Museum of Art, 2001; solo exhibitions in Tokyo: Axis Gallery, Yamagiwa and HH Style; first “Super Normal” exhibition, Tokyo 2006. | Reuters News Centre stellt 1987 auf der documenta 8 in Kassel eine Installation aus; “Some new items for the home, part I”, Berlin Design Werkstadt 1988; “Some new items for the home, part II”, Zusammenarbeit mit Vitra, Salone del Mobile, Mailand 1989; Möbeldesign für Londons Tate Modern, Museum of Art, 2001; Einzelausstellungen in Tokio: Axis Gallery, Yamagiwa und HH Style; erste „Super Normal“-Ausstellung, Tokio 2006.

« vorherige Seite | nächste Seite »