SL by Reform
If you are looking for kitchen inspiration, watch out! Reform just launched a new collaboration, this time with Sigurd Larsen. A Berlin based Danish architect working within the fields of architecture and furniture design. His award winning design studio was founded in 2009.
Sigurd Larsen’s work combines aesthetics of high quality materials with a strong focus on how the functions is working in design and in more complex spaces.
It was precisely these beliefs that made the outcome of his kitchen design for Reform. Sigurd Larsen has designed a kitchen that at the same time is a function and experience space where the keywords was simple, beautiful and logic.
As we are spending a lot of our time in the kitchen, it was important for Sigurd Larsen to design surfaces that could resist being used. The kitchen is made of thin layers of metal/aluminium that has been shaped by simply cutting, folding and assembly as a way to create a simple and flexible system. The simple, clean lines that are created by the way of working with the material is forming a quiet setting in a room full of activity. The folds provide a clean and clear expression that through its powder coating of surfaces are pleasant to touch. The new SL kitchen comes in three colours, white, steel & antracit. The last one is my favourite.
See the new SL kitchen here:
// Photos by Reform