We are Manyone. The hybrid strategic design consultancy combining the best in strategy, creative thinking and technology.
Manyone helps organisations envision, create, structure, and execute strategy in the mid- and long term.
We do so through a way of working that we call strategy led by execution where we focus on consistently learning and validating design decisions together with internal and external stakeholders. In short, clearly defined sprints allowing change at speed.
The award winning Biomega electric vehicle. A sustainable solution tailored for the demands of a generation of consumers who want to live an unrestricted yet sustainable life.
Iconically designed, ready-made for the Mobility-as-a-Service market and thus, a sound business opportunity.
From vision to functional concept design the Biomega EV has been carefully designed to meet the changing mobility demands of tomorrow.
The amazingly talented people at Molamil are joining Manyone. Their unique combination of creativity and mastering any bleeding edge technology around brings new skills, energy and potential to Manyone. Stay put for more details.
Manyone expands into Asia with Boris Design Studio joining the team.
The brilliant tech focused and future facing product, research and identity design consultancy are based in Hong Kong and Stockholm. For the past decade they’ve been working closely with clients across Asia, and their experience and skills are a fantastic addition.
Manyone expands into the Netherlands with an experienced team.
Historically, the Netherlands has been a global crossroads for invention and innovation; in opening a studio here, we aim contribute to that tradition and start connecting Manyone across Europe. Meet Lennard Hulsbos, Managing Partner for the Netherlands.
Jens Martin Skibsted and Manyone’s EV design honoured at the 2019 IAA Frankfurt Motor Show
The concept EV designed for Biomega was announced as “Winner” in the best concept category at the German Design Council’s Automotive Brand Contest. From concept ideation to show car, the concept L7e vehicle was executed in just 9 months.