In 1948, Lillian Florsheim asked her architect son-in-law, Bertrand Goldberg to renovate her home and studio. For the project, Goldberg designed a pioneering and sophisticated kitchen that bridged the two buildings clad in fiberglass and featuring only white, black and silver within. Custom fixtures including a spice rack made of perforated metal and automotive parts were included in the unique design. When completed, Arthur Siegel photographed the interior for the architect. The innovative kitchen was featured in a number of publications including the Chicago Tribune and Home & Garden.