After studying at the Kunstgewerbeschule (1913-17) where she was a student of Hoffmann, Strnad and others, she became a member of the Weiner Werkst├Ątte, producing textile designs, ceramics, glass, wood, and fashion. In 1935, she moved to Kyoto, Japan permanently, and was a professor at the Kyoto Municipal School of Art (1949-63).

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