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News & Projects from the World of K+.
3
Jul

Living Room in the Ore Mountains – Kammgarn

In the heart of the Ore Mountains, where, in the winter, the traditional warm glowing arches adorn the windows of every house, the Shopping Center “Paletti Park” was built in Lugau in the 90s on a former site of a worsted spinning mill. At first, the sales location was a single hall of pallets – […]

2
Jul

“Powerbanks” – Our furniture becomes best piece in Britta Thie’s artwork

Being in the mall means being in the world. The internationally renowned artist Britta Thie, a professor, actress and model, was inspired for her latest work by young people in the Minto Shopping Mall who spend their free time producing selfies on mall seatings, charging their cell phones and power banks – “and somehow themselves, too”. It is […]

2
Jul

Design for Travel Retail – Jelmoli@ZRH

Travel retail with a perfect instore experience: For the renowned Swiss House of Brands Jelmoli, kplus konzept together with the Swiss architectural firm Ramseier & Associates Ltd. won the pitch for the flagship store at Zurich Airport Kloten. High customer service, high entertainment and experience factor, orientation and convenience – these are the factors for […]

12
Jun

Day trip to where art exists in parallel with nature

The warm and humid weather was perfect for the destination of the kplus konzept team excursion: the Museum Island Hombroich, only 20 km away from our Düsseldorf office and yet immersed in a completely different world. Here, art exists in parallel with nature, which now in June presented itself in tropical-lush richness and captured our […]

4
Jun

FOODKURT nominated for German Design Award 2019

FOODKURT Leipzig – The new place to be to satisfy the big and little hunger between 8 a.m. and midnight. Our gastronomy concept has been rewarded now in the category “Excellent Communications Design” for its outstanding design. Find the project details here and the complete list of our awards and nominations here.  

27
Mar

Green light for a new customer experience!

The building extension to the Riem Arcaden in Munich was inaugurated on March 26 – mall customers in Bavaria’s largest new urban district can now enjoy a total of 122,500 square meters (including 61,000 retail area). Already in October 2017, a refurbished space with 18 shops was reopened in the center, which in the same […]

12
Mar

kplus konzept designs FOODKURT in Leipzig

Since November 2017, Leipzig has a new place to be to satisfy the big and little hunger between 8 a.m. and midnight: the FOODKURT. Located at the historical site the ‘BernsteinCarré’ at the trade crossroad “Brühl“, it is based on a bar-restaurant-market concept with ‘Kurt’ as the appealing feature. Designed and staged in an authentic, […]

30
Aug

New casual dining in Leipzig in autumn 2017

A new gastronomic concept in the heart of Leipzig: If you take a closer look, you will discover the name kplus konzept on the Bernsteincarré construction sign. We developed the interior design concept and are currently implementing a new casual dining restaurant in the Saxony metropolis, to be opened in autumn 2017. Till then and […]

10
Jul

“minto” shopping center awarded “Excellence in Brand Architecture”

A shopping center as a brand and guarantor for a holistic shopping experience is the way forward-looking project developers go – and among them Germany’s leading ones regularly together with kplus konzept. In cooperation with the interior design department of Unibail-Rodamco and following their 4Star concept, we have developed and implemented the award-winning project of […]

20
Apr

Shopping Malls as Third Places – Markus Kratz gives a lecture in Düsseldorf

Shopping Malls as Third Places, this is the motto of Markus Kratz’ speech in the afternoon of the first congress in Düsseldorf. Learn from our managing director how a successful customer journey in commercial real estate ensures quality of stay and growing footfall. The other topics of the congress can be found in the organizer’s […]

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