Take a look at a stylish Ikea kitchen hack by designer Cecilie Manz of Reform of Copenhagen.
Our Cecilie Manz fandom began a decade ago with her glamorous take on industrial lighting, the Caravaggio Pendant (see Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home, page 314). We’ve since featured the Danish designer’s Minima Carafe, Muuto Workshop Chair, and Aitio Shelves for Iittala, among others, always impressed by the cerebral charm and simplicity of her work. We’re not the only ones taking note: At Maison & Objet 2018, Manz, 46, was named Designer of the Year. And Copenhagen studio Reform recently asked her to come up with one of its high-brow Ikea kitchen hacks: cabinet fronts and counters made to be applied to Sektion components. Manz responded with a you-won’t-believe-this-is-Ikea angular design known as Degree. From Remodelista: Read More