Sascha Vetter

(Company development, Project planning, Coordination)

Upon the completion of his building design studies, Sascha Vetter starts to work for the company B. Schragen Möbel + Objekte in Germany, where he is responsible for the design and realization of exclusive private and public interior spaces. In 1999, he founds his own business under the already existing brand plan 3 in Germany, which is in charge of the first purchasing contracts for private kitchens and office furnishing. Urged by his constant desire to find new inspiration, Sascha Vetter passes several internships, for instance in the bulthaup Walter Müller kitchen studio as well as with some other renowned architects. In 2000 he begins with his architecture studies at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design, which makes him to relocate from Siegen to Prague. Here, in his new home he decides not only to establish a Czech branch of plan 3 CR, but it is right here where the idea of having his own café is born. Thus, in 2004 he opens the first and instantly very popular Jiné Café in Uherske Hradiste, which is followed by another branch in Zlin in 2006. In the years of 2008 and 2009 Sascha Vetter works as coordinator of the contracts for the hotels Rococo Forte Munich and Martinez Cannes, where he employs the services of Czech carpenter businesses. In 2011 his work keeps being successful in the field of gastronomy and he founds another new café under the brand Jiné Café, the biggest one in Uherske Hradiste till then. At the present time he focuses mainly on maintaining, developing and expanding of the plan 3 brand.

Walter Müller

(Conception, Creation, Individual kitchen design)

Walter Müller starts his professional career in 1977 as an employee of a German furniture shop. Over the next 17 years he devotes himself intensively to the consultancy in the field of kitchens including their sale. In 1994 he decides to become a self-employed businessman and opens two brand studios bulthaup and Siemantic, which results in him being less limited and having more freedom and time for his own creative work in comparison with his previous job in the furniture shop. In 2004 he becomes fully engaged in individual kitchen planning and design, in which he turns away from the predetermined forms and chooses the “handmade” style. He discovers and develops new innovative ways of space organisation and composition apart from the strict regulations and standards. He focuses on self- sufficient, functional and custom-made solutions while using a variety materials, which becomes his characteristic signature.