Vipp Motels opens its 5th 1-space wonder at a vacation spot out of the everyday, a previous pencil manufacturing unit in Copenhagen. Situated in the spot of Islands Brygge, right throughout the bridge from the Copenhagen town centre, Vipp Pencil Scenario is nestled in a sunlit corner of the 1930s Bauhaus motivated making.

The ground ground apartment has been through a one-12 months renovation by interior designer, Julie Cloos Mølsgaard. This involved turning each the open up area kitchen and dining area, and the double bed room and lavatory into a tactile haven that is prepared to accommodate design and style-conscious site visitors.

The house options a curated palette of all-natural shades that variety from beige to warm grey. Floor-to-ceiling curtains by Kvadrat cover the factory-type vitrines and enrich the apartment’s total sensation of warmth. The V1 kitchen from Vipp, also in heat grey, is completely geared up for the generation of a home-cooked food to be enjoyed at the round Vipp Cabin desk in stable oak and Jura stone.

From the factory’s very starting, wooden has been a recurring topic. The former factory utilised to be the house of Viking, the manufacturer of Denmark’s legendary yellow university pencils, and for a interval it functioned as wooden flooring expert Dinesen’s showroom. The Dinesen HeartOak planks are laid through in remarkable proportions to showcase their all-natural cracks that are preserved and locked with oak butterfly joints. 

“Vipp Pencil Case is not your common hotel area. Extra like a studio or atelier it elicits an creative ambience and holds a uncommon quietude in the coronary heart of the Danish capital”, claims Julie Cloos Mølsgaard.

An eclectic collection of artworks, mixed with furniture from Vipp’s furnishings assortment, invitations visitors to loosen up in consolation and quietly mirror when having fun with the lovely environment. A Viking pencil lets for a second of creativity and if not pleased with the outcome, the Vipp bin stands all set to dispose of it.

“Both the Viking pencil and the Vipp pedal bin characterize two time-examined icons of Danish design and style. Two resources that have existed in nearly a century with no altering their first layout,” suggests Jette Egelund, 2nd generation Vipp-owner.

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