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Kitchen of the Week: “Reflect,” from Starchitect Jean Nouvel, Courtesy of Reform

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Kitchen of the Week: “Reflect,” from Starchitect Jean Nouvel, Courtesy of Reform

September 9, 2021

New and noteworthy: The Reflect kitchen system by Paris-based, Pritzker-Award-winning architect Jean Nouvel for Reform, the Copenhagen/NYC kitchen company. Reflect “celebrates Novel’s interest in exploring light and atmosphere,” according to Reform, with “high-gloss metal fronts with vertical ridges, giving the illusion of transparency.” It’s available in two finishes, black or untreated metal.

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Here’s a look:

Reflect Untreated Metal

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Above: The untreated metal Reflect units bounce light around the room.
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Above: The ridged steel cabinets give the illusion of transparency. Reform started out using Ikea components and fronting them with more stylish panels, but they now offer their own line of “elevated quality cabinet interiors” (shown above).
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Above: The metal Reflect kitchen system have countertops made of stainless steel.

Reflect Black

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Above: The black Reflect components have high-gloss metal fronts with vertical ridges.
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Above: The black Reflect kitchen is paired with dark gray Fenix laminate countertops.

See more Reform kitchens:

A Glamorous Kitchen in San Francisco, Ikea Hacks Included

From Reform: A New Line of Ikea Cabinet Fronts Made with Dinesen Wood

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