Danish kitchen purveyor Reform has enlisted Bjarke Ingels, Henning Larsen Architects, and Norm Architects to put their spin on a mainstay of Ikea‘s kitchen designs, the Metod. While the architects’ work is confined to surface treatments and small details, the results definitely elevate the kitchen above the generic flat-pack model.
Bjarke Ingles and BIG added a loop of seatbelt webbing to the drawers and doors.(Courtesy Reform) (Courtesy Reform)
Henning Larsen Architects accented the cabinets with strips of contrasting or coordinating metal.(Courtesy Reform) (Courtesy Reform)
Norm Architects created a waterfall counter to frame door/drawer panels made of bronzed tombac, fiber-concrete, or smoked or sawn oak.
The kitchens will be available in September 2015.