Wilhelm Wagenfeld (1900-1990)
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Wilhelm Wagenfeld trained as a designer and goldsmith. He joined Bauhaus in 1923, where he created the famous Bahaus table lamp.
He focused on creating products for “everyday use”. Wilhelm Wagenfeld was concerned with finding the perfect shape for the everyday objects he conceived.
After the Second World War, Wilhelm Wagenfeld taught in the college of Fine Arts in Berlin. He created the Wagenfeld workshop in 1954 that he managed until 1978.
His creations are objects such as cutlery, dishes, vases and dishes for hotels.