Jasper Morrison has staged a scenic display on the first level of the VitraHaus in Weil am Rhein. Covering an area of around 150 square metres, the British industrial designer has envisaged a space for a fictional inhabitant based on an individual living concept, which visitors can view and explore from 19 November.The presentation features a living space – part salon, part studio, part office. Jasper Morrison started with an original premise for the design of the scene and fashioned the interior for a fictitious occupant.
The works of Jasper Morrison stand for aesthetic (Super Normal) understatement and utilitarian, atmospheric design. This approach also characterises the staging of the installation in the VitraHaus: for his own products on display, Jasper Morrison opted for a subdued colour palette. The products of other designers, by contrast, are deliberately highlighted with bold, luminous shades.