The latest from Danish company Vipp (maker of life-lasting household essentials): a new hotel located above the company’s headquarters in Copenhagen’s Islands Brygge neighborhood. The company, founded in 1939 by Holger Nielsen, was launched in 1939 with possibly the world’s best trash bin. Over the years, the company has become known for its monochrome design products for the home, including kitchen and bathroom accessories, lamps, and modular kitchens, and recently expanded into hospitality with the Vipp Loft, the second in the Vipp hotel family. Vipp collaborated with Danish architect Studio David Thulstrup (the same firm that designed Noma’s new space) on the 400-square-meter loft, a rentable apartment that sleeps four. The space is entirely outfitted in Vipp products so guests can interact with the offerings firsthand. “Our ambition is to have a wide palette of destinations with rooms curated for people who seek a one-off design experience, or customers who want to try to live with the Vipp kitchen in a home-away-from-home setting. A Vipp kitchen is for life, but you can start with just a weekend,” says Vipp CEO Kasper Egelund.
Here’s a look inside.
Photography courtesy of Vipp.
To learn more about Vipp kitchens and bathrooms via Remodelista, see our posts:
- 10 Easy Pieces: Modular Kitchen Workstations
- Steal This Look: A Blingy Bathroom, Vipp Included
- Kitchen of the Week: A Vipp Modular Kitchen in the Hamptons