Wagenfeld Soup TureenFÜRSTENBERG
“Everything that is useful must be beautiful; otherwise things do not do their job.” This was the maxim of Wilhelm Wagenfeld, who designed the “Wagenfeld" collection for FÜRSTENBERG in 1934.
In 1937, the form WAGENFELD was awarded the Gold Medal for design at the World Exhibition in Paris. Today, the agelessly modern form captivates by continuing to be up-to-date. Material, functionality, and design together form a single entity with every object.
Wilhelm always followed the central idea of the Bauhaus movement: “Form follows function”, and the collections noble black-and-white contrast brings back recollections of the reluctant chromaticity of the classic Bauhaus architecture.