Column is the new kitchen designed by Inga Sempé for the danish brand Reform

COLUMN is the new kitchen designed for the danish brand REFORM who offers fronts that can be set onto standard elements. A central handle stretches from top to bottom, it brings a vertical character together with the roundedness of the countertop’s edges.


The kitchen is available in natural oak, white ash or four colours of spray-painted ash veneer: Fresh Cream, Pistachio, Concrete or Dark Umbra. The doors and handles can be ordered in a monochrome look or mix and matched.


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Thinking outside the box. An elegant design with original details that break with the conventions of the kitchen. Its soft curves and consistent roundedness bring a great sense of rhythm to a chunky yet refined frame.

Inga Sempé is an award-winning French designer working from her studio in Paris. Her designs are unmistakable; as eclectic and elegant as she is. Working with a long line of prestigious clients, she disregards the definition of design objects either aesthetic or functional. In her hands, they are always intertwined. As Sempé herself says: “An object doesn’t have to look functional to be functional.”