Wilhelm Wagenfeld House
The Wilhelm Wagenfeld House illustrates changing aspects of everyday culture and current design trends.
Wilhelm Wagenfeld House, a neo-classical building at the heart of Bremen's 'cultural mile', is a vibrant exhibitions and events centre specialising in historical and future-oriented questions about design and everyday culture.
The house is named after Wilhelm Wagenfeld (1900-1990), whose own work is a perfect embodiment of its aims: his utilitarian product development and timeless designs were always very popular with consumers; some of them are still being produced today.
Together with his innovative marketing strategies, this helped his various business partners to achieve sustained business success over six decades.
The Wilhelm Wagenfeld Foundation maintains an extensive collection and archive and publishes books about Wagenfeld's oeuvre. A permanent exhibition about his work is currently being planned.
Notice: No permanent exhibition, only open to special exhibitions.