Wednesday, May 16, 2012




By the way, there's an interesting interview with Kitchen designer Lyn Peterson about the, Frankfurt Kitchen which was designed by, Margarete Schutte-Lihotzky in the late 1920s. The kitchen is the original design recipe to how we layout and design a kitchen even now, in modern times. The MoMA had the actual kitchen on display but I believe the exhibit went down in March. In the mean time, have a listen to this quick interview: 


3 comments:

Linda said...

Ooo ohh! Saw this last spring - such simple perfection.

This kitchen forces the gathering back into the LIVING room - as there is little room for more than 2 people. BE HONEST, how many times does the cook ever have real helpers?

Cheers!

Artemide said...

Perfectly balanced! It blends with the space and compliments every furniture. It's difficult to capture that essence. You did a brilliant job!

Anonymous said...

I think there's still one up at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. I think it's part of the permanent collection.

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