Wagner Desing LAB, Topstar GmbH

A new building with multifunctional use: from showroom to workplace.

  • Object

    Wagner Desing LAB, Topstar GmbH, Langenneufnach, Germany

  • Concept

    Topstar GmbH, Langenneufnach, Germany | Titus Bernhard Architekten, Augsburg, Germany

  • Photos

    Gerhardt Kellermann, Munich

Starting Point
Big projects often present big challenges. And a project with the largest glass pane in the world not only poses many challenges for the production and transport of the pane.

With a new building of the extra class in the middle of the countryside, the requirements of nature must of course also be taken into account. Unfortunately, glass panes are often invisible to birds in particular and pose a great risk.

Wagner Living stands for the term «design». Therefore, it quickly became clear: the classic black adhesive birds are not an option here! Wagner and Création Baumann were able to work together to find a design-oriented solution here that puts this unique design object even more in the limelight and at the same time provides a visual separation for the birds. Closed, floor-to-ceiling, transparent curtains allow the animals to be protected without compromising the design.

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