we met jasper morrison in milan on april 2002
morrison reduces things to essentials.
he designs things that are so quietly functional that, to an untutored eye, they can look
as if nobody designed them at all. there's one thing he likes doing above all: designing
for mass production. he's a designer, not a craftsman...
db: when did you decide to become a designer?
probably about 16.
I had an older cousin who was beginning to design
and it seemed like an appealing profession,
and then I saw a great exhibition at the v&a museum
in london and it seemed like something i could do.
read the interview in full here