Muller Van Severen offers a bold update for kitchen cabinets in the form of customizable color-block fronts. Designed for Reform, the Belgian artists (Fien Muller is a photographer, Hannes Van Severen a sculptor) looked to Sol LeWitt murals for inspiration as well as to their own recent projects, in particular, their multi-hued cutting boards. The couple revisited the same HDPE used for the boards to create faces for the six-color Match system. “We have always loved polyethylene,” Fien states. “It has the appearance of candle wax, instead of a cold, smooth plastic.” After testing models to get the color combinations just right, they upped the sophistication factor with brass hardware and kickplates and countertops of white or veined Italian marble.
Muller Van Severen Designs a Colorful Update for Reform's Kitchen Cabinet Line
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