1959: born in london.

1979 ~ 1985: learning design at the Royal College of Art in London Kingston Polytechnic and Berlin HDK.

1986: opened in London the design room.

1987: in the Cassell Reuters News Center in Documenta 8 to do the design.

1988: in Berlin, as part of a European cultural city planning activities, in the DAAD Gallery exhibited his "household products".

1989: first held "A World Without Words" picture lecture at the Milan School of design.

1992: for the 1144 series of door handle FSB design company won the Bundespreis Produkt Design Award and the iF "top ten" award.

1993: La Fabrica del Vapore exhibition in Milan he and James Irvine together with Cappellini to design the "Progetto Oggetto" and "The House of Cappellini concept".

1994: Honorary guests held personal exhibition in Belgium biennale.

1995: held personal exhibition in the Bordeaux building center of the "Arc en Reve".

1996: his Lima chair, Bottle bottle rack by the New York Modern Art Museum permanent collection.

1997: Hannover tram he designed the iF traffic design award and won the iF award.

1998: his "A World without words" Lars M ller Verlag by the Swiss usually published again.

1999: he and Micael Young and Marc Newson design works on display at the Rejkyavik Museum of art.

Paris Edition Dis Voir published his new autobiography.

As editor of the 1999 edition of "the international design yearbook".

In Tokyo's Axis Gallery held a personal exhibition.

In 2001 was elected a royal industrial designer.

2003 in Paris opened another branch design room. Jasper Morrison company as a broad customer base and Design: Alessi (Italy), Cappellini (Italy), Flos (Italy), Magis (Italy), Rowenta (France), Vitra (Switzerland). In 2004, become Samsung (South Korea), Muji (Japan), Ideal Standard (UK) and Olivetti (Italy) consultant.

In 2005, and Naoto Fukasawa to establish Super Normal.

In 2006 June, held the first session of the Super Normal exhibition in Tokyo