In 1927 three versions of the kitchen were shown at a major Frankfurt exhibition and, in the ‘30s, it was written up in the German, English, and French press, attracting the attention of France’s housing minister, who wanted to commission 260,000 units inspired by its design.
|Reconstruction of the Frankfurt Kitchen in the Museum of Applied Arts,Vienna|
Image: © Lois Lammerhuber/MAK Austrian Museum of Applied Arts
Monster "dream kitchens" have replaced Schütte-Lihotzky's model of culinary efficiency but are they actually better? Whoever wrote these words might have had my kitchen in mind: "Big kitchens have dirty secrets: drawers full of lid-less Tupperware, jar upon jar of stale spices, never-used bundt pans."
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