Designed by Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky in 1926, the Frankfurt Kitchen represents the “rationalization of housework.” It was meant to make kitchen work easier. The Frankfurt Kitchen forms the precursor to the modern everyday kitchen.
Kitchen of Tomorrow (1944) Developed at the end of WW2, this kitchen was meant for mass consumption. It is not too large and appears to be able to do everything.
This model of a kitchen was developed by Luigi Colani in 1970 to show his vision of a kitchen in the year 2000. That year has long passed but this near frightful vision has not. With this model, Colani predicted the kitchen would define a small and cramped pod-like space.