Yesterday's Kitchen of Tomorrow

By Laure Joliet / Published by Dwell
Recommended by
Did you know that you can search the archives of Life Magazine via Google? Take a look at what we used to consider a modern kitchen–the Kitchen of Tomorrow presented in Toledo Ohio in 1943.

A built-in utensil rack in a kitchen-of-tomorrow exhibit.

A view of built-in foot pedals to run the faucets.

A built-in waffle iron.





Mrs. Fritz Burns in her dream kitchen, using her built-in hydraulic dishwasher, in a Los Angeles house designed and built in 1946 in by her contractor husband, Bob Landry.

And one last one because it's so good:



House of Tomorrow Photos © Time Inc.and  Nina Leen via Google.

l

Laure Joliet

@laure_joliet

Laure is a Los Angeles–based photographer and design enthusiast. When not contributing to Dwell and Apartment Therapy, she's opening too many tabs in Firefox, baking, gardening and exploring the great outdoors.

Comments
Everybody loves feedback. Be the first to add a comment.
The author will be notified whenever new comments are added.