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.

The socially oriented Frankfurt Kitchen aimed at a more egalitarian world

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

Terrace Houses “Pfaffenziel” in Untersiggenthal, Switzerland, by Robert Frei

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

Housing Development “Goldstein” by Ernst May. These housing units were constructed by a group of radical architects. Margarete Schutte-Lihotzky was one of the members.

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

Housing Development “Goldstein” by Ernst May. These housing units were constructed by a group of radical architects. Margarete Schutte-Lihotzky was one of the members.

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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.

Frankfurt Kitchen from the Ginnheim-Höhenblick Housing Estate, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, designed by Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky between 1926 and

Tower Restaurant (1972-76), commonly referred to as “Bierpinsel”, in Berlin, Germany, by Ralf Schüler & Ursulina Schüler-Witte

germanpostwarmodern: “ Tower Restaurant commonly referred to as “Bierpinsel”, in Berlin, Germany, by Ralf Schüler & Ursulina Schüler-Witte ”

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Architekt der Milliardäre

Information on Hotel Cala Di Volpe on Sardinia's Costa Smeralda, where James Bond stayed in The Spy Who Loved Me

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.

Fordele og ulemper ved huse fra 60'erne og 70'erne

Fordele og ulemper ved huse fra 60'erne og 70'erne

House Schlehstud (1933) built for himself in Meilen, Switzerland, by Hans Fischli

Haus Schlehstud, where Peter Fischli grew up in Meilen, Switzerland, designed and built by his father Hans

Arkitekter jobber daglig med å tegne fantastiske boliger for andre, men hvordan bor de selv? Charlotte Thiis-Evensen har besøkt seks norske arkitekter for å snakke om hva som skaper et godt hjem. I dag: Jan Olav Jensen. Sesong 2 (1:6)

Arkitekter jobber daglig med å tegne fantastiske boliger for andre, men hvordan bor de selv? Charlotte Thiis-Evensen har besøkt seks norske arkitekter for å snakke om hva som skaper et godt hjem. I dag: Jan Olav Jensen. Sesong 2 (1:6)

Arkitekter jobber daglig med å tegne fantastiske boliger for andre, men hvordan bor de selv? Charlotte Thiis-Evensen har besøkt seks norske arkitekter for å snakke om hva som skaper et godt hjem. I dag: Knut Hjeltnes. (3:6)

Arkitekter jobber daglig med å tegne fantastiske boliger for andre, men hvordan bor de selv? Charlotte Thiis-Evensen har besøkt seks norske arkitekter for å snakke om hva som skaper et godt hjem. I dag: Knut Hjeltnes. (3:6)

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