The Kitchen of 1943's Future


Paleo-Future unearths this LIFE magazine spread from 1943 which details a Kitchen From The Future in which every appliance is a nook in a curvy buffet.

Tomorrow's Kitchen (1943) []

Previously:Electric house of the future: 1939's promise
Czech futuristic kitchen video from 1957
Kitchen of Tomorrow, from 1967
Disneyland's Monsanto plastic House of the Future -- video
Disneyland's new House of the Future will look like the boring
Scans: '60s Oster Home and Kitchen Gadgets Brochure

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3 Responses to The Kitchen of 1943's Future

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hmmm, a builtin waffle iron but no way to make a grilled cheese sandwich? The little woman’s gonna need a sandwich maker.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Make your own damn sandwich.

  3. Bob says:

    It may well have a griddle. You just have to slide aside or lift out of the way the right panel. Now…where did they hide that trash can?

    Unfortunately (or fortunately?) this kind of thing is like concept cars. Pretty, has some nifty ideas, but will never be realized as envisioned.

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