Jasper Morrison is a leading designer of furniture, lighting, electrical products and tableware. Born in London in 1959, he graduated from Kingston and the Royal College of Art. Having set up his Office for Design in London in 1986, he made his name with the Thinking Man’s Chair for Cappellini, the 1144 door handle for FSB and the Plywood Chair for Vitra. Subsequent iconic designs such as the Glo-Ball lights for Flos, the Air Chair for Magis, the Moon range for Rosenthal and homeware for Muji exemplify the simplicity of form for which he has become known. In collaboration with the Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa, Jasper set out his approach to design in the exhibition and book Super Normal. He is the author of several other much-admired books including A World Without Words, and has curated exhibitions around the world, including his retrospective Thingness.