Reform Introduces Two Classic Kitchen Designs With Atelier Collection
During 3daysofdesign, Reform released SHAKER and PLAIN to their classic kitchen collections alongside the introduction of an all-new artistic and personal dimension to the kitchen dubbed the Atelier Collection. Atelier Collection commissioned four creative talents to craft a new series of handles for its latest SHAKER and PLAIN designs.
These handles are constructed from four traditional materials – metal, wood, glass, and ceramics – each contributing a distinctive touch to an otherwise commonplace object. Alberte Tranberg, Maria Bruun, Nina Nørgaard, and Yukari Hotta expertly balance the tension between artisanal craftsmanship and industrial production, resulting in a product that is both personal and practical.
The SHAKER collection pays tribute to the craft traditions of the Shaker movement. Its key feature, an embossed frame, reflects the quiet design ethos of a typical Shaker kitchen. The collection revives these enduring qualities with a contemporary touch, making it an ideal choice for modern or traditional spaces. The SHAKER collection offers variations in painted, painted veneer, and natural oak finishes.
On the other hand, the PLAIN collection is an embodiment of minimalist design that pairs functionality with a modernist viewpoint. Its flat fronts compose a simple yet thoughtful kitchen design, with PLAIN’s various features inviting customization through mix and match. The collection is available in painted, painted veneer, natural oak, and dark oak finishes.