Brooklyn warehouse becomes showroom for hacked IKEA kitchens

Danish brand Reform and US flooring company Madera have transformed a 1940s warehouse outside the Brooklyn Navy Yard into a Scandinavian-influenced showroom that displays hacked IKEA kitchens.

Reform, which specialises in customising IKEA’s Metod and Sektion kitchen cupboards, shares the 22 Waverly showroom and offices with Madera.

The partnership was formed after Madera chose to install Reform‘s Basis 01 kitchen in its new showroom and office. The duo then decided a collaborative space would be a more fruitful way to showcase both products.

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[Reblogged] via Brooklyn warehouse becomes showroom for hacked IKEA kitchens — Dezeen

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