Mutabor (Heinrich Paravicini)
Mutabor Design GmbH
Heinrich Paravicini, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer
Heinrich Paravicini was born in 1971 and grew up in Paris. He completed his secondary education in Germany and shortly afterwards began a graphic design course at Muthesius Academy of Design and Fine Arts in Kiel. There he founded the magazine Mutabor together with fellow students in 1993. His friendship and work with Johannes Plass earned the publication an international reputation. Joint projects for clients in Munich and Hamburg finally led to the launch of the design agency Mutabor in 1998.
Heinrich Paravicini is Chief Creative Officer and partner of Mutabor and a member of ADC Germany.
Mutabor employs a staff of 90 and specializes in brand identity, environmental and interface/motion design. Today it develops design concepts for international projects for clients such as adidas, BMW, Clariant, Deutsche Telekom and Bundesliga and is among the top 3 biggest design agencies in Germany.
To date, Mutabor has won more than 380 national and international design awards, and currently occupies first place in the German creative design ranking list. In 2013 Mutabor was awarded the honorary title of ‘Red Dot: Agency of the Year 2013’ by the initiators of the Red Dot Awards, the world’s biggest and most renowned design awards.
Heinrich Paravicini participates in national and international design juries such as the D&AD, Cannes Lions, Eurobest or ADC Europe and holds lectures on brand design at national and international congresses, events and art schools.