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Kitchen of the Week: Everything Is Illuminated in a Light-Flooded Kitchen in Copenhagen

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Kitchen of the Week: Everything Is Illuminated in a Light-Flooded Kitchen in Copenhagen

August 17, 2023

Scandinavians are clever at maximizing light, due to the minimal sunshine (in the winter, residents are lucky to get five hours of daylight). So we took note when we spotted this light-infused galley kitchen located in an Østerbro, Copenhagen, apartment, owned by a pair of architects. For the components, they turned to the Reflect collection by French architect Jean Nouvel for Reform.

“The light in our apartment is quite magnificent, so we set out to create a kitchen that would interact with the daylight, and reflect the colors from the outside: the sky and the leafy trees,” the owners say. “We also wanted to reflect the colors from the inside: the warm wooden floor and the colorful tiles.”

Join us for a tour and some sourcing tips.

Photos by Monica Steffensen

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Above: Architects Camilla and Martin with their daughter, Camma. “When we found our apartment, located in a 1938 building, we immediately began to visualize an updated kitchen. For us, this meant dividing the galley kitchen into two zones: the left side is the designated cooking area, and the right side serves as the storage module,” they say.
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Above: The stool is from Copenhagen designer Carsten in der Elst‘s “Flooring Collection” and is made from Douglas Fir and pine flooring offcuts.
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Above: The Glass Tubular Light is from Ingo Maurer.
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Above: A stack of egg-yolk-yellow bowls adds a cheery note.
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Above: An unexpected palette of pink and yellow dominates.
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Above: A classic Bialetti espresso maker shares space with an Alessi 9095 La Cupola Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker on the stovetop, along with an Ettore Sottsass 4-Piece Condiment Set. A circular range hood provides illumination plus ventilation.
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Above: A detail shot of the clever pullouts Reform offers.

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Frequently asked questions

Who designed the Reform kitchen in Copenhagen?

The Reform kitchen in Copenhagen was designed by Jean Nouvel, a renowned French architect.

Where can I find more information about the Reform kitchen designed by Jean Nouvel in Copenhagen?

You can find more information about the Reform kitchen designed by Jean Nouvel in Copenhagen on the Remodelista website at https://www.remodelista.com/posts/reform-kitchen-jean-nouvel-copenhagen/

What is unique about the Reform kitchen in Copenhagen?

The Reform kitchen in Copenhagen is known for its minimalist and sleek design, utilizing innovative materials and features.

Can I purchase the Reform kitchen in other locations?

Yes, Reform kitchens are available for purchase in various locations. For specific information on availability, you can visit the Reform official website or contact their customer service.

Are there customization options available for the Reform kitchen in Copenhagen?

Yes, Reform offers customization options for their kitchens, allowing customers to personalize the design according to their preferences and needs.

What are the key features of the Reform kitchen designed by Jean Nouvel?

The Reform kitchen designed by Jean Nouvel incorporates features such as modular cabinets, high-quality finishes, smart storage solutions, and functional design elements.

Does the Reform kitchen come with installation services?

Yes, Reform provides installation services for their kitchens to ensure a seamless and professional setup.

What is the price range for the Reform kitchen in Copenhagen?

The price range for the Reform kitchen in Copenhagen may vary based on the specific design, materials, and customizations. It is recommended to contact Reform or visit their website for detailed pricing information.

Can I see examples of the Reform kitchen designed by Jean Nouvel?

Yes, you can find examples of the Reform kitchen designed by Jean Nouvel on the Remodelista website, featuring photos and additional details.

Does the Reform kitchen come with any warranties?

Yes, Reform offers warranties on their kitchen products. The specific warranty details may vary, and it is best to refer to the Reform website or contact their customer service for accurate information.

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