Jasper Morrison is a leading British designer, best known for his work in furniture, lighting, tableware and everyday products. Born in London in 1959, he studied design at Kingston Polytechnic, the Royal College of Art and Berlin’s HdK. In 1986 he opened his Office for Design in London, which remains his base. Currently he works with companies such as Vitra, Emeco, Flos, Cappellini, Mattiazzi and Muji. Morrison seeks to design objects that fit seamlessly into everyday surroundings. His approach to design was reflected in the exhibition Super Normal, which he organised in Japan in 2006 with the designer Naoto Fukasawa. 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).