Alva och Gunnar Myrdals villa i Bromma, Stockholm. Arq: Sven Markelius 1937 Imag: Okänd

Alva och Gunnar Myrdals villa i Bromma, Stockholm. Arq: Sven Markelius 1937 Imag: Okänd

kuchnia frankfurdzka -  Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky

kuchnia frankfurdzka - Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky

Livingroom Knut Hjeltnes Project www.cki.no

Livingroom Knut Hjeltnes Project www.cki.no

Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky (1897-2000) | Born in Vienna into an ordinary middle-class family, Lihotzky trained at the Vienna School of Arts and Crafts. She was, it seems, the school’s first female architecture graduate. From then on, her life was an alarming adventure riding the tidal wave of history.

Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky (1897-2000) | Born in Vienna into an ordinary middle-class family, Lihotzky trained at the Vienna School of Arts and Crafts. She was, it seems, the school’s first female architecture graduate. From then on, her life was an alarming adventure riding the tidal wave of history.

Housing Development “Goldstein” (1929-36) in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, by Ernst May

Housing Development “Goldstein” (1929-36) in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, by Ernst May

Housing Development “Goldstein” (1929-36) in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, by Ernst May

Housing Development “Goldstein” (1929-36) in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, by Ernst May

Margarete_Schuette-Lihotzky

Margarete_Schuette-Lihotzky

Terrace Houses “Pfaffenziel” (1962-63) in Untersiggenthal, Switzerland, by Robert Frei

Terrace Houses “Pfaffenziel” (1962-63) in Untersiggenthal, Switzerland, by Robert Frei

Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky. Cocina en Frankfurt procedente de Ginnheim-Höhenblick Housing Estate, Frankfurt am Main, Alemania. 1926-1927. Varios materiales, 8’9″ x 12’10” x 6’10” (266.7 x 391.2 x 208.3 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Regalo de Joan R. Brewster en memoria de su marido George W.W. Brewster, por cambio y el Architecture & Design Compra.

Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky. Cocina en Frankfurt procedente de Ginnheim-Höhenblick Housing Estate, Frankfurt am Main, Alemania. 1926-1927. Varios materiales, 8’9″ x 12’10” x 6’10” (266.7 x 391.2 x 208.3 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Regalo de Joan R. Brewster en memoria de su marido George W.W. Brewster, por cambio y el Architecture & Design Compra.

Vidéo : http://www.tv-replay.fr/redirection/13-04-14/design-arte-10772609.html Concentrer un maximum d'efficacité dans un minimum d'espace, soit 6,46 m2 : tel était le projet de l'architecte autrichienne Margaret Schütte-Lihotzky. Conçue en 1926, la "cuisine de Francfort" peut être installée tout équipée, une nouveauté pour l'époque.

Vidéo : http://www.tv-replay.fr/redirection/13-04-14/design-arte-10772609.html Concentrer un maximum d'efficacité dans un minimum d'espace, soit 6,46 m2 : tel était le projet de l'architecte autrichienne Margaret Schütte-Lihotzky. Conçue en 1926, la "cuisine de Francfort" peut être installée tout équipée, une nouveauté pour l'époque.

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