Reform Launches New Kitchen Design by Norm Architects
As a very happy owner of a Reform kitchen designed by my favourite Scandinavian designers, Norm Architects, myself. I couldn’t wait to show you their new kitchens designed for Reform! My own kitchen, called ‘Surface’ has fronts in sawn cut smoked oak with a countertop from Cosentino and I love how beautiful it blends in my home. You can have a look at it hereand here
‘Profile’, the new kitchen features a modern take on the classic integrated handle as its functional center piece. The integrated handle is no stranger to Scandinavian kitchen design. Norm Architects’ variation on an established theme doesn’t seek to reinvent the honoured design; rather, it evolves, tweaks, and breathes new life into the well-known functionality. Made from durable aluminum available in three different tones, the integrated handle features a slight but noticeable extruded and rounded profile. Profile is available in different colours and materials.
Profile in dark oak
Profile by Norm Architects for Reform With ‘Profile’, Reform asked their valued partners at Norm Architects to design a kitchen archetype; the perfect kitchen with an integrated handle––an optimized design widely thought of as the best within its category. Instead of exploring uncharted territory, the Danish kitchen company looked to the market, examining what works and what doesn’t, to provide the best experience for the customer. Both the integrated handle and the kitchen fronts are available in a rich and varied array of colours and materials, carefully selected by Norm Architects to let you choose the perfect fit.
Reform offers extraordinary kitchen fronts, countertops, cabinets, drawers and other high quality interior storage solutions at a reasonable price. Made from rich and varied materials, our carefully curated collections are easily combined with Ikea’s Metod modules. My own kitchen fronts are used with white Ikea cabinets and appliances and if you have an Ikea kitchen you can upgrade with the many different fronts. If you are building a new kitchen you can upgrade to wooden Reform drawers and their patented, new cabinet system.