The Country Trainer by Jasper Morrison
by sabine7 / September 13, 2010

Jasper Morrison's new shoe for Camper is an update on an update: the first Camper shoe ever sold was the Camaleon, in the late 20s.

Created for the hard-working Mallorcans of the time, the original shoe was made from tire treads, canvas and hemp. Camper redeveloped this style in 1975 and now it is reinterpreted by Morrison as the Country Trainer, a combination of canvas and suede. The shoe is one of three new designs by Morrison to be shown in final prototype form at his London shop during the London Design Festival.

For Punkt, a new Swiss start-up brand of consumer electronics, Morrison designed the company's first product, the DP01 telephone.

The handset sits face-up on its base, allowing the user to read the screen and operate the phone without picking it up. The key is simplicity. The interface offer only keys that are necessary: numbers, on, off, phone book and answer phone.

The new Rado watch, r5.5 platinum chronograph, is a move from the black ceramic finish that has been the Swiss watchmaker's focus.


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