Space, Architecture and Matter

Three new kitchens by Reform offer up sleek Scandinavian aesthetic with a sensorial twist

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Space, Architecture and Matter
21/05/2019 - The Danish design company, Reform, is set to launch their latest kitchens designed by Studio David Thulstrup, Note Design Studio, and Muller Van Severen. Launched at the ICFF in New York and 3daysofdesign in Copenhagen, the new designs offer bold, new perspectives from the Scandinavian kitchen reformers. Muller van Severen x Reform

Muller van Severen x Reform


Studio David Thulstrup
The classically modern kitchen Studio David Thulstrup

Studio David Thulstrup

Known for balancing classic design history with a modern design language, Copenhagen-based Studio David Thulstrup’s contribution to Reform kitchen series, goes deep into modernist colors, albeit with a playful twist on tradition that takes in David Thulstrup’s keen eye for the all-important detail. Rich, dark hues and textures mix with the matte, industrial sheen of brushed aluminum and stainless steel for a look that’s sturdy, robust and original with a subtle, underlying luxury feel. Designed to last in terms of style as well as materials, Studio David Thulstrup’s kitchen for Reform is both classically modern and big on personality.

Note Design Studio
Reach out, touch wood Note Design Studio x Reform

Note Design Studio x Reform

Multidisciplinary and forward-thinking, the Stockholmers at Note Design Studio have a vibrant design portfolio to their name that ties together a diverse range of creative impulses. In their new Reform kitchen, traditional Scandinavian elements like oak wood and veneer meet Note’s renowned, sensuous aesthetic for an updated take on the classic kitchen that merges the clean lines of the north with a warm and tactile, human-centered approach. In simpler terms, the new Reform kitchen from Note Design Studio puts people at the center, and it makes you want to reach out and touch oak wood.

Muller Van Severen
Lasting design with a playful edge Muller van Severen x Reform

Muller van Severen x Reform

Working at the intersection of art and design, Gent-based duo, Muller Van Severen, is far from your typical design team. One look at their new kitchen design for Reform will make this strikingly apparent as unorthodox elements like Muller Van Severen’s signature material - the durable and wax-like HDPE traditionally used in cutting boards - are paired with classic, yet playful features like brass handles and a lush marble countertop.

Reform @ ICFF
19-22 May
Booth 1053
Studio David Thulstrup

Studio David Thulstrup

Studio David Thulstrup

Studio David Thulstrup

Studio David Thulstrup

Studio David Thulstrup

Note Design Studio x Reform

Note Design Studio x Reform

Note Design Studio x Reform

Note Design Studio x Reform

Note Design Studio x Reform

Note Design Studio x Reform

Note Design Studio x Reform

Note Design Studio x Reform

Muller van Severen x Reform

Muller van Severen x Reform

Muller van Severen x Reform

Muller van Severen x Reform

Note Design Studio x Reform

Note Design Studio x Reform

Note Design Studio x Reform

Note Design Studio x Reform

Studio David Thulstrup

Studio David Thulstrup

Studio David Thulstrup

Studio David Thulstrup

Muller van Severen x Reform

Muller van Severen x Reform

Muller van Severen x Reform

Muller van Severen x Reform

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