Architecture; Architecture and Women; Housing; Frankfurt am Main, Germany; May, Ernst; Schutte-Lihotzky, Margarete
Architectural History and Criticism | Architecture | Urban Studies and Planning
'A key effort on the behalf of women's emancipation in Weimar Germany, and one of the most overlooked and least successful, was to create affordable housing for the vast and growing ranks of single women,' made so as a result of casualties in World War I. On the work of Grete Schütte Lihotzky, Ernst May, Anton Brenner, Eugen Kaufmann, Bernhard Hermkes, and others.
Henderson, Susan, "Housing the Single Woman: The Frankfurt Experiment" (2009). Full list of publications from School of Architecture. Paper 5.
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