Apartment 'Fritzi Bur' in Weingarten 1897

Designed by Kplus Konzept Germany

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Designs used: Cousin Parker Canvas, Grandfather Olaf Canvas, Uncle Walter Canvas


The vacation apartment 'Fritzi Bur' on the Moselle in Germany is tailored to guests who love the special and unconventional even in their vacation. The name, interior and atmosphere of the apartment tell the story of the (completely fictional) old Moselle fisherman Fritzi Bur, who had his retirement home here in the old winegrower's house after decades of sailing all the seas as the captain of a cargo ship. Photos, old documents and many souvenirs recall the adventures of the old sea bear on his voyages to the remotest corners of the globe - such as the antique diving bell, the boat hull on the ceiling or also, Bur's showpieces, the three old oil paintings with portraits of once powerful rulers of exotic island states. - At least, that is the legend, of which today no one knows for sure whether it has a grain of truth or whether it is a lie... The fact is that the apartment on just 27 square meters offers a maximum of atmosphere and storytelling, as well as every comfort for short vacations, temporary living & working, modern nomadism and business events. In other words: almost like a standalone Tiny-House, at the front with a separate entrance and at the back with direct access to the picturesque courtyard, a bathroom in a wardrobe trunk, pull-out sofa and a counter with cooking facilities, worktop and desk in one, it is a homey retreat for unconventional minimalists with a sense for individual interior. The apartment is also booked as a showroom and space for small business events. The apartment Fritzi Bur is the smallest of four apartments in the vacation apartment house Weingarten 1897 in Zeltingen-Rachtig, which was opened in 2020 as a special vacation location - also with the intention of making the touristically somewhat dusty Moselle region interesting for an urban audience. For this purpose, a former winegrower's house was renovated and carefully modernised. The tradition and retro charm of the house were preserved. The overall concept for the conversion and interior, which has already won several awards, was developed by Bettina Kratz, interior designer, and her husband Markus Kratz, communication designer. The two are also the owners of the vacation home. In their main residence in Düsseldorf, they run the company kplus konzept, Büro für Communication, Interior and Design.
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    Designs used: Cousin Parker Canvas, Grandfather Olaf Canvas, Uncle Walter Canvas The vacation apartment 'Fritzi Bur' on the Moselle in Germany is tailored to guests who love the special and unconventional even in their vacation. The name, interior and atmosphere of the apartment tell the story of the (completely fictional) old Moselle fisherman Fritzi Bur, who had his retirement home here in the old winegrower's house after decades of sailing all the seas as the captain of a...

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