Frankfurt Kitchen

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Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky, an Austrian architect, is mainly remembered today for designing the Frankfurt Kitchen in 1926. After World War I, German cities were under a housing shortage. Lihotzky’s innovation was developing an affordable and compact way for every apartment to have a kitchen. The Frankfurt kitchen featured a separate cooking hallway, dividing the cooking area entirely from the rest of the apartment.

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1920s

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Metal; Wood; Ceramic

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