The interior designer MDd and owner of Multiform Hillerød is passionate about creating functional culinary workshops
What is trending in kitchen design?
“We’re currently displaying a new interpretation of a kitchen classic in the store, and the customers are bowled over by the iconic Form 1 kitchen in Saint Pauls Blue. It is at once both a timeless choice and a contemporary reinterpretation of the classic kitchen design, which Carsten Michelsen designed in 1982 based on a vision of a kitchen as a beautiful piece of furniture.
In order to create harmony and gentle transitions between the materials, we have combined the grey-blue Form 1 with a Quartzite worktop in the colour Atlantic Lava Stone, a black oxidised Vola tap fitting, a hand-forged shelf in black oxidised steel and a tall wall cabinet in black Fenix with a matt, scratch resistant surface.
Personally, Form 1 is my favourite design, because it is so special in terms of craftsmanship. The visible, solid front frames on the cabinets, the solid wood fronts that are manufactured entirely from scratch, and the visible structure of the oak wood are characteristic for the design, which today is considered a classic with its simple, timeless expression,” describes interior designer Charlotte Brix.
Which worktop is your favourite in the kitchen?
“There are many beautiful worktops out there, but I have fallen in love with the new Quartzite stone worktops, which have all the qualities of granite along with marble’s beautiful expression. These are stone worktops that are created by nature over millions of years, which means that no two plates are ever the same. The patterning in the worktops is entirely unique and adds an exotic play of colour to a streamlined Scandinavian kitchen design.”