Time-saving and efficient – the Frankfurt Kitchen
In the early days of the Weimar Republic there was an enormous shortage of housing. To safeguard the social peace the right to a “healthy dwelling” was anchored in the constitution. It was above all the municipalities that began around 1924 to implement extensive housing programmes, which included among other things the optimisation of home furnishings. In this DHM blog Stefanie Müller writes about a classic of the times: the “Frankfurt kitchen” designed by Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky.