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Issue 39 · Old Meets New · September 25, 2012

Vipp Comes to the Table

Issue 39 · Old Meets New · September 25, 2012

One of our favorite companies, Vipp (of pedal-bin fame) has been busy in the kitchen: the company has just launched a new line of ceramics created in collaboration with Danish ceramicist Annemette Kissow.

The ceramics collection reflects Vipp's design philosophy of "a product stripped to the bone with a minimalistic look where material and processing define the design.” Offered in white or gray, each piece is hand-casted in porcelain with a glazed interior and hand-polished exterior which creates a soft matte finish. Vipp ceramics are dishwasher and microwave safe. Currently available at the Vipp Flagship store in Copenhagen, as well as through retailers in Europe (some do ship to the US).

N.B.: See Vipp's other new kitchen products in our recent post: Copenhagen's Coolest New Kitchen System.

Above: Vipp's seven-piece ceramics collection includes a bowl, milk jug, egg ring, plate, espresso, coffee, and tea cup.

Vipp Brunch Plate Set

Above: Supplement the full set with a Vipp Brunch Plate Set (a set of two plates) and the Vipp Bowl Set (two bowls); £31.20 each at Ambiante Direct.

Vipp Coffee Cup

Above: The Vipp Coffee Cup stacks up. Available in a cup and saucer set for £28 at Ambiante Direct.

Vipp Brunch Set

Above two photos: The Vipp Brunch Set consists of a bowl, a plate, an egg ring, and a coffee cup; £44 at Ambiante Direct.

Vipp Milk Jug

Above: The Vipp Milk Jug and Vipp Espresso Cup Set (two cups); £28 and £23.20 respectively at Ambiante Direct.

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