Lorenz Wöhr

Lorenz Wöhr is a Munich-based designer focusing on strategy, identity-, digital- & product design. In close dialogue with clients and his broad network of other professionals, Lorenz combines creativity, craft and technology into products that create lasting value.

As a digital native, Lorenz Wöhr started teaching himself web and mobile development at the age of ten, discovering his passion for design in the process. After working at Neverbland in London, Lorenz returned to Munich to further proceed his work as an independent designer. Ever since then, he collaborates closely with brands and inspiring people to shape pragmatic and beautiful experiences.

Besides studying Technology & Management at TU in Munich, Lorenz’ professional background spans strategy, identity-, digital- & product design in digital and non-digital environments. His work has has been honored in highly acclaimed publications such as „Design made in Germany“, Invision and Behance Interaction Gallery. Beyond that, Lorenz serves as a young jury member at Awwwards.

Following his interest in arts, sustainability, architecture and photography, he supports creative people and cultural events around Munich. If you can’t find him at his office, make sure to check out the nearest cafés his office as he might satisfy his addiction for a cup of tea.

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The studio and each project is led by Lorenz Wöhr, who has been working as multi-disciplinary designer for over a decade. Due to Lorenz’ crucial role in creating brands and expertise in design, he started (co-)founding and mentoring in diverse markets encompassing i.a. the sharing economy, telemedicine, sustainable fasion, fintech, tourism and on-demand transportation.

  • Vattenfall
  • PwC
  • Unicredit
  • GlobalBlue
  • Demodesk
  • BMW Group
  • UnternehmerTUM
  • Fahrplan.guru


Reseach & Strategy

Identity Design

Digital & Product Design

User Interface Design

Experience Design

Packaging & Print

Environment & Sustainability

Creative Direction

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