‘Kuffler Inn Design’ was founded more than 20 years ago. The enormous expansion required the Kuffler Group to employ first-class interior architects and designers in order to come up with new designs to keep up with the expansion and the changing times. The former senior partner Werner Michels developed, hand in hand with the corporate management, classical restaurant concepts known as ‘Tangente’, ‘Doctor Flotte’ or ‘Café Journal’.
The interior of all restaurants belonging to the Kuffler Group originates from our own architects. In addition, ‘Kuffler Inn Design’ planned and completed a series of additional objects all over Germany, and also in Peking and Budapest (see reference list). The following are some of the most renowned and respected premises: ‘Kaefer´S im Kurhaus Wiesbaden’, ‘Kuffler+Bucher’ at the airport Frankfurt, the catering trade in the ‘Schloss Johannisberg’, the ‘Brauhaus in the Waldschloesschen’ Dresden or the ‘Seehaus im Englischen Garten’, Munich.
In 2003, Kuffler Inn Design completed three restaurants in the public area of the new terminal 2 at Munich International aiport: the Thai restaurant "Mangostin Airport", the "Pastaria Centrale" and a Bavarian "Hofbräuhaus im Flughafen", all operated by Kuffler and Joseph Peter. In the same year Kuffler successfully applied for the food and beverage operation of the new "Allianz Arena" (with EON facility management as their partners) and Kuffler Inn Design designed the sponsors lounge of "Paulaner" brewery.
Recently, Kuffler Inn Design finished the "Goethe Bar" at Frankfurt Airport. Two further restaurants at the Frankfurt airport are currently under construction under the guidance of Kufflers architects.