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Zuzanna Gasior
Oct 1, 2021

The Danish minimalist kitchen brand, Reform, has introduced a new design line REFLECT. It’s a result of collaboration with a Paris-based architect Jean Nouvel, one of the 21st century’s most prolific creative minds.

Made from sturdy steel, available in black and untreated metal, featuring vertical ridges, REFLECT infuses spaces with elegance and toned-down charm. The new design comes with Jean Nouvel’s signature feature − it treats light in a poetic, yet almost tangible manner, bringing magnetic illusions straight into kitchen surfaces. Each front is finished off with a premium, no fingerprint varnish. Its reflective surface ensures a lasting sleek style while conveying depth and elegance to the overall space.

Founded in Denmark, the kitchen brand Reform has gained international popularity for its refined, timeless aesthetics and high-quality solutions, which are fully adjustable and durable. At the same time, the company’s mission has been to provide extraordinary, yet affordable kitchens for all enthusiasts of minimalist design. The new REFLECT line has its official launch in September 2021 in all Reform showrooms worldwide and available on its website.

Jean Nouvel − the Pritzker prize-winning French architect, whose intimacy with Paris has given him the grounding to work internationally. The architect’s projects are characterized by exceptional solutions and a heterogeneous style. This results in a wide variety of designs that, while strikingly different, all demonstrate a delicate play with light and shadow as well as an original response to the context of their surroundings.

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Zuzanna Gasior
Oct 1, 2021

The Danish minimalist kitchen brand, Reform, has introduced a new design line REFLECT. It’s a result of collaboration with a Paris-based architect Jean Nouvel, one of the 21st century’s most prolific creative minds.

Made from sturdy steel, available in black and untreated metal, featuring vertical ridges, REFLECT infuses spaces with elegance and toned-down charm. The new design comes with Jean Nouvel’s signature feature − it treats light in a poetic, yet almost tangible manner, bringing magnetic illusions straight into kitchen surfaces. Each front is finished off with a premium, no fingerprint varnish. Its reflective surface ensures a lasting sleek style while conveying depth and elegance to the overall space.

Founded in Denmark, the kitchen brand Reform has gained international popularity for its refined, timeless aesthetics and high-quality solutions, which are fully adjustable and durable. At the same time, the company’s mission has been to provide extraordinary, yet affordable kitchens for all enthusiasts of minimalist design. The new REFLECT line has its official launch in September 2021 in all Reform showrooms worldwide and available on its website.

Jean Nouvel − the Pritzker prize-winning French architect, whose intimacy with Paris has given him the grounding to work internationally. The architect’s projects are characterized by exceptional solutions and a heterogeneous style. This results in a wide variety of designs that, while strikingly different, all demonstrate a delicate play with light and shadow as well as an original response to the context of their surroundings.

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