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Weingarten 1897 in “Zimmer mit Frühstück” (Room with breakfast)

We are in it: The book “Zimmer mit Frühstück”, which gathers and describes the 27 most beautiful Bed & Breakfasts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, will be published in a few days, namely on March 22, 2021. And – guess what – our Ferienapartmenthaus project Weingarten 1897 is in it! We are excited like crazy […]


Fritzi Bur in interior fashion: Storytelling through interior design illustrates the topic of storytelling with an article about our vacation apartment Fritzi Bur, one of the four apartments of Weingarten 1897: Bettina and Markus Kratz design rooms that tell stories in their guesthouse on the Moselle. Just recently finished is the apartment “Fritzi Bur”. Haus Weingarten 1897 on the Moselle sees itself as […]


Weingarten 1897 among Germany’s most beautiful housing concepts

Our concept ‘Weingarten 1897’ is among the best of the interior design award “Best of Interior 2020” and received an honour and a wonderful story in the book “Best of Interior 2020 – Die 40 schönsten Wohnkonzepte” from Callwey Verlag. Our thanks also go to bdia Bund Deutscher Innenarchitekten, Schöner Wohnen-Magazin, Steinsalon and Bold Hotels, […]


Bettina Kratz, nice to meet you!

Ms. Architect? Women have had a place in architecture for over 100 years, and yet even today they are often invisible behind their works.  A current exhibition aims to further raise awareness of women in architecture, and Bettina Kratz, managing director of kplus konzept, is one of the 22 female architects portrayed in the exhibition […]


Outside the Box: New thought patterns in the “New Normal“

COVID-19 accelerates many trends and reveals innovative methods. Four topics will lastingly change the trade and real estate economy from the view of kplus konzept.  The Corona pandemic has unleashed amazing creative powers. This exceptional summer has made it clear that retailers, gastronomers, shopping malls, all adjacent service providers in business centers and the municipalities […]


Award: Special Mention for Weingarten 1897

Our hospitality project Weingarten 1897 was awarded the “Special Mention” label by the German Design Council. We are proud to receive the renowned German Design Award, as it is only awarded for particularly successful projects. The award ceremony will take place on 19 February as part of Ambiente 2021 in Frankfurt.


Frau Architekt: Women in architectural professions

With the exhibition “Frau Architekt“, the Museum Baukultur Nordrhein-Westfalen will present professional careers and exemplary buildings by female architects, starting 12 August. In the new exhibition section 21 female architects from NRW and their works will be presented – including Bettina Kratz, kplus konzept managing director. We feel honoured to be part of the cooperation […]


Hygiene stations for your company

No matter whether retail, shopping centres, cinemas, clubs, restaurants, medical practices, law firms, banks, public authorities or metro stops: The new hygiene standards apply to all public areas. Together with Ladenbau Hunold GmbH, kplus konzept has developed a solution that serves as a hygiene station and information pillar in one. The All-in-one Hygiene-Station is designed […]


Nominated for the German Design Award 2021

We are excited about the nomination of our hospitality project Weingarten 1897 for the German Design Award 2021 in the category Excellent Architecture – Interior Architecture. The German Design Award, presented by the German Design Council, is awarded annually to design-oriented and innovative projects. The jury meeting takes place at the end of July.


Frittz in ‘bdia Handbuch Innenarchitektur 2020/21’

We are pleased to be represented with our gastronomic project Frittz in this year’s edition of the bdia Handbuch Innenarchitektur. The interior design convinced with its unmistakability and a unique fast food experience with a high degree of convenience. You can find more information on the project here.

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