Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky (1897–2000) was the first Austrian woman ever to qualify as an architect. Following World War I, she was tasked with the design of normal kitchens for a new housing challenge by city planner and architect Ernst May. The Great War left rubble and a desperate housing shortage in its wake, but it also opened the way for new ideas and new designs. The concept of a devoted space to cook, which might even be stylish and even fun to spend time in, was only potential because of two major impacts of industrialization. In other phrases, the 20th-century kitchen was a new sort of room designed for a new sort of person.
Kitchen Ideas: Design Styles and Layout Options a hundred Photos
Floating cabinets may be all the rage, however here Uma Stewart makes the case for mixing each open shelves and conventional upper cupboards. Try putting shelves round … Read More