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The "Frankfurt Kitchen" is an important document of cultural history for the transfer of industrial, rationalized work processes to the sphere of the private household. This is a central characteristic of modern architecture and everyday culture in the 1920s.
The development of a standardized modular system made it possible to reduce the floor area required, and also permitted mass production which lowered costs further.