Why is there a kitchen in MoMA's galleries? | UNIQLO ARTSPEAKS



This “maximally efficient” 1926 kitchen design inspires family memories—and a career path. Andrew Gardner, curatorial assistant in the Department of Architecture and Design, visits his spices in Grete Schütte-Lihotzky’s Frankfurt Kitchen from the Ginnheim-Höhenblick Housing Estate, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (1926–27), the earliest work in MoMA’s collection by a female architect.

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