Recent and ongoing.
At our agency, Manyone, we have studios in 17 cities across 12 countries including in Aarhus, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Zurich, Frankfurt, London, New York City and Tokyo. Thus, we always have exciting projects in progress for clients around the world.
Our most recent showreel below. manyone.com →
A selection of other projects, commissions and initiatives:
The future of food production can be found in our urban centers. By thinking and acting far beyond existing boundaries in architecture, urban planning, and business practices and by encouraging the involvement of individuals and families, we can experience and build toward 2052 already today. The '2052 Urban Harvest Festival' public pavilion opened in October 2022. A project led by my firm Orvet Stockholm, in partnership with Boris Design Studio, Manyone and Jan Rydén Bonmot, for the city of Stockholm with support by Vinnova.
It was an honor to work with the team at YLE, Finland’s progressive public broadcaster. Together with a cross-departmental group we explored and evaluated new ways of working, ideation and prototyping in order to evolve the news, current affairs, culture, sports, and entertainment services YLE provides.
As Global Cities Lead at M by Volvo Car Mobility I conceived, directed and delivered the company's cities work in collaboration with CEO Bodil Eriksson. We successfully combined future vision and forecasting with direct stake holder engagement (from Mayors to informal city and community leaders) and completed mobility research and planning in M's regional and international cities.
[...] we look to reimagine the streetscape and reclaim space for cities.
In our book State of Mind at Work, and through workshops and talks, Tommie Cau and I help individuals and organisations across Europe and Asia find better ways of doing incredible work. It all starts with ones own state of mind.
The book is full of proven steps to take, and effective actions to complete. A quick and effective read. Order the book →
The ultimate goal is for each and everyone of us to achieve the ability and freedom to intuitively do our best.
The creators of the future are attending renowned institutions such as KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Aalto University and Berghs School of Communication. I am fortunate enough to be a guest lecturer at all three. Coaching the next gen of design and technology leaders is satisfying and inspiring in equal measure, and occasionally a tad nerve wrecking in the best possible way.