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Cooperation of superlatives


The WAGNER brand and the internationally renowned architects Titus Bernhard are planning the new WAGNER Design Lab with sedak, who are contributing the largest glass panel in the world.

The new building is designed to harmonise design and architecture at the highest level and – as with the development of the new D1 chair collection – to redefine the limits of what is possible. Mounted on slender stilts, the building forms a “floating stage” that completely covers the existing former home of the Wagner family.

The largest glass pane in the world

Four glass panes are planned, each measuring almost 3.51 x 20 metres. They are the largest insulating glass panels produced to date in the world. They represent the “shop window”, so to speak, in which WAGNER’s new chair collections will be presented to the world.

The building, which is almost seamlessly open on both long sides, becomes a design laboratory, showroom and workplace at the same time. Placed in the beautiful landscape of the company’s headquarters in Langenneufnach, it symbolises the brand’s open-mindedness towards new developments, new insights and new design challenges.

The special team installing the panes

Langenneufnach, March 2020

Titus Berhard Architekten

The planning and implementation of the WAGNER Design Lab is carried out by Titus Bernhard Architekten. The office in Augsburg currently employs 19 people and can look back on numerous competition successes, awards, teaching assignments, publications and successfully completed projects at home and abroad.


leading glass

Like the architectural office, the sedak company is also located close to WAGNER’s home, Gersthofen near Augsburg. As a supplier of the largest glass panes in the world, the company has become the global technology and innovation leader for large-format insulating and safety glass.

Sedak has more than ten years of experience in the finishing of oversized and special glass panes and is considered a pioneering specialist in this segment. With 170 employees and a branch office in New Jersey, the medium-sized company produces glass for mostly spectacular building projects all over the world.