Reform collaborates with internationally acclaimed architects and designers to create modern kitchen spaces and push the boundaries of our industry. We work across architecture, design, and interior with the aim of offering bold, accessible and adaptable kitchens. As we enter the 2020s, we’ve set out to explore future-focused methods within craft and technology. Reflecting the kitchen’s vital role as the center of our homes, Reform meets the new demands of everyday living.
Kitchens are inhabited by people and personalities. No two homes are alike, and each new space comes with its own range of needs. We’ve made it our mission to offer a wide range of modern, people-centered design solutions that cater to the changing demands of of our customers.
Tell us about your plans, reflect on the diverse range of materials and customize the design to match your unique preferences. We’ve created a virtual kitchen designer that helps you plan for every eventuality. Contemplate what you want and where you want it; our experienced design consultants will visualize the chosen design within your home in clear 3D, and help you plan your new kitchen.
Based on widely accepted market standards and measurements, Reform’s inner foundation is a durable and modular system made from high-quality materials. This means that we can accommodate the unique and specific requirements of any given kitchen space. The cabinets feature an innovative, patented clicking-technology that creates a quick and uncomplicated user assembly.
If you’re looking for the more budget-friendly design option, we still offer the classic IKEA kitchen solutions that Reform was founded on.
Based in Copenhagen, Reform was founded by Jeppe Christensen and Michael Andersen in 2014. Jeppe holds a Master’s Degree in Marketing and Economics, and he’s a former partner in a carpentry and design business. Michael is an engineer and a former employee at BIG/Bjarke Ingels Group, where he worked in New York and Copenhagen.
Jeppe and Michael noticed a growing interest in custom-made carpentry kitchens, and they were aware that the price range of the product category usually exceeded the budgets of regular people. They decided to solve this problem by creating Reform, which has currently sold kitchens to more than 30 countries around the world from showrooms in Copenhagen, Berlin, New York, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne and Aarhus.