The idea


DER KREIS ANJA SCHAIBLE STIFTUNG, founded in 2009 by Ernst-Martin Schaible, aims to inspire and attract young people to the kitchen industry.

The foundation promotes interdisciplinary projects at various universities in order to put the spotlight on the trending topics of "kitchen design" among students and to show them the attractive and creative career opportunities this industry will offer in the future.


DER KREIS ANJA SCHAIBLE STIFTUNG uses its own expertise and the specialist knowledge and experience of its kitchen specialists to provide students with a deeper basic understanding of kitchen design.

By promoting the training and further education of young, talented people and creating a network of professors, students, industry partners and member companies of the DER KREIS system network, the foundation gives everyone involved the opportunity to get to know each other, provide impetus and realize future projects together.


Foundation partner


Rethinking creative spaces

Through interdisciplinary networking, we promote mutual openness and inspiration for teamwork. " Read more

Kitchen specialists

Opening up opportunities for the next generation

Together, we must make efforts to inspire the next generation for our industry. "Read more


Promoting study and research projects

Contribute your knowledge and develop innovative ideas for the industry together with us! " Read more


Trade fair planning in full swing

Project change'in kitchen sales: What will kitchen planning and living space look like in 2030?

The students' ideas are impressive. Be curious! The project work will be presented at the area 30 trade fair from September 21 - 26, 2024 in Löhne.

Change'in kitchen sales

Great project, highly committed students, active industry guests and service providers, forward-looking results:

On January 24, 2024, students from Wismar University of Applied Sciences and the Cologne Furniture College presented their creative work as part of the current DER KREIS ANJA SCHAIBLE STIFTUNG foundation project in the Möfa auditorium in the cathedral city. The topic was "change' in kitchen sales - what will kitchen marketing look like in 2030?" The project is also supported by Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences in the field of virtual reality. All the project contributions were really great - and many thanks to Möfa for their hospitality.