Wolf Udo Wagner

Designer Frankfurt/Main / Germany

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Wolf Udo Wagner
Wolf U. Wagner founded the Studio for design & interior after studying architecture for a few semesters and then industrial design in Darmstadt and Manchester. Of particular value for his personal growth were the semesters of architecture, in which in addition to his design skills he could also elaborate his technical and engineering competences. A previous training in craftsmanship should not remain unmentioned, as here too the foundations were laid for today’s often pragmatic work.

Wolf Wagner runs the design studio in Frankfurt am Main together with Michaela Ebbinghaus (MA) and an international team. They design in the fields of product/industrial design and the associated experience/interface design for internationally established corporations and start-ups that understand design as part of the brand strategy and as a relevant field of competence for their human-system interfaces to be created.

Wolf Wagner’s design is based on three pillars: function, aesthetics and semiotics. Trends are of secondary interest, as the developments are for long-term and sustainable use. For Wolf, the challenge in designing new products is to bring the context between object, people, environment and culture into relation. In this way, unique solutions are created that are socially and practically relevant to people’s everyday lives. These are things that can be used permanently, that are sustainable and commercially successful. Wolf’s credo: I design the space between things.

The projects are successful in their respective markets and have been awarded/nominated in 45 awards so far. Among them several RedDot, iF, Design Plus, GOOD DESIGN Award from the Athenaeum Museum in Chicago, German Design Award nominations and others. Some products are permanently represented in museums. As Creative Brand Director Wolf U. Wagner is responsible for brands across the board, including ZEVA, miawolf and ponton. Besides working in the studio, Wolf occasionally teaches at universities in the fields of architecture (HF), interior design (HD) and product design (HFG) and University for Technology, Beijing. Wolf gives lectures on design, design thinking methods, international collaborations and social transformation. Wolf has been involved in the creative industries for 6 years (2010 – 2016) as a board member of the German Designer Club (DDC). He is initiator of platforms such as global:local and AD INVICEM.
Wolf Udo Wagner
Wolf Udo Wagner
  • Address Mainzer Landstraße 220, D-60327 Frankfurt/Main | Germany
  • Tel +49(0)6992870574
  • Fax +49(0)6992870575

Wolf U. Wagner founded the Studio for design & interior after studying architecture for a few semesters and then industrial design in Darmstadt and Manchester. Of particular value for his personal growth were the semesters of architecture, in which in addition to his design skills he could also elaborate his technical and engineering competences. A previous training in craftsmanship should not remain unmentioned, as here too the foundations were laid for today’s often pragmatic work. Wolf Wagner runs the design studio in Frankfurt am Main together with Michaela Ebbinghaus (MA) and an international team. They design in the fields of product/industrial design and the associated experience/interface design for internationally established corporations and start-ups that understand design as part of the brand strategy and as a relevant field of competence for their human-system interfaces to be created. Wolf Wagner’s design is based on three pillars: function, aesthetics and semiotics. Trends are of secondary interest, as the developments are for long-term and sustainable use. For Wolf, the challenge in designing new products is to bring the context between object, people, environment and culture into relation. In this way, unique solutions are created that are socially and practically relevant to people’s everyday lives. These are things that can be used permanently, that are sustainable and commercially successful. Wolf’s credo: I design the space between things. The projects are successful in their respective markets and have been awarded/nominated in 45 awards so far. Among them several RedDot, iF, Design Plus, GOOD DESIGN Award from the Athenaeum Museum in Chicago, German Design Award nominations and others. Some products are permanently represented in museums. As Creative Brand Director Wolf U. Wagner is responsible for brands across the board, including ZEVA, miawolf and ponton. Besides working in the studio, Wolf occasionally teaches at universities in the fields of architecture (HF), interior design (HD) and product design (HFG) and University for Technology, Beijing. Wolf gives lectures on design, design thinking methods, international collaborations and social transformation. Wolf has been involved in the creative industries for 6 years (2010 – 2016) as a board member of the German Designer Club (DDC). He is initiator of platforms such as global:local and AD INVICEM.