A new East Coast showroom for Reform, a Danish company that makes stylish modular kitchens, has opened its doors in Brooklyn’s Dumbo neighborhood. The location, within a warehouse storefront along a cobblestone street, is a smart one, as many of New York’s in-demand architects work here, including the local office of Bjarke Ingels Group (who designed the STRAP collection for Reform).
Founded in 2014, Reform delivers high-end yet affordable cabinets, countertops, drawers, and organizers in a range of customizable arrangements. As mentioned, the company often collaborates with notable designers, past collections have engaged the likes of Jean Nouvel, Aspekt Office, Muller Van Severen, Cecilie Mantz,
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