Born in Almaty, Kazakhstan Jewgeni spent his first 10 years in the late USSR and moved to Germany in the beginning of the 90ties. Jewgenis interest in design roots in these early years of changes in culture and lifestyle and is today highly influenced by social and environmental development, progress, technology and arts.
 
From 2004 on, Jewgeni studied Industrial Design at the State Academy of Art and Design in Stuttgart and graduated in 2010. The study in Stuttgart with it's experimental and hands-on approach let him a lot of freedom to find his focus and to perfect skills in formal aethetics, materials and production methods, as well as strategic and business thinking.
 
In 2011 he established mueller goranko design consultancy together with Sebastian Müller.
 
He worked for the design studio for Jehs+Laub Stuttgart as well as an independent designer and consultant for Red Bull and LIGANOVA.
 
While getting experience in strategic brand development at Schindler Parent Identity Berlin in 2010, Jewgeni was involved in projects with companies such as Authentics, FSB, MAGAZIN and Berlin Brandenburg Airport.
 
In 2008 Jewgeni participated at the BCG workshop "BCG Inside" and investigated future development possibilities for SWAROVSKI.
 
For his packaging conception Jewgeni received the 1st prize at TOSHIBA European Design Award 2007.
 
In 2006, Jewgeni successfully participated in Rosenthal Design Award together with Sebastian Müller. Their design concepts were among the best 10 entries and were shown in the award's travelling exhibition.
 
From 2006 to 2011, Jewgeni took part in several design and art exhibitions,
e.g. at "Object Factory" at the Museum of Art and Design, New York in 2009 and at the biggest porcelain exhibition in Europe "From a King's Dream to Mass Production. 300 Years of European Porcelain" in 2010. In April 2008, Jewgeni participated at Salone Satellite during the Milan Design Week showing furniture and light designs.
 
Please feel free to contact me via email: hello@jewgenigoranko.de
or at Linked-In.