Sky’s the limit for Danish design powerhouse Vipp, who revealed its latest endeavor: A venue for a new supper club concept with rotating chefs from all over the world.
The supper club takes place in a 100-year-old pencil factory in Copenhagen that was transformed into an elegant 400m2 space styled as an intimate home.
Original features of the Bauhaus-inspired building were preserved, but the space was modernized by interior designer Julie Cloos Mølsgaard.
She selected a bright color palette and natural materials, and she used Vipp’s products throughout. The gorgeous floors by Dinesen and the curtains and carpets by Kvadrat. The walls are painted with Jotun, possibly in Chi or Classic White.
The V2 kitchen, a recent new addition in Vipp’s assortment, is the focal point of the room. It allows guests to watch the talented chefs in action, for a true culinary and sensory journey.
The venue is decorated with art pieces, from paintings and ceramics to sculptures and conceptual installations, carefully curated from art galleries such as Galleri Nils Stærk, Etage Projects, 2112, and others.
“I set myself free to play around and experiment with a complementary
mix of Vipp classics and new designs. Vipp Pencil Factory acts as sort of a testing lab where we can try out new ideas, forms and materials in unconventional ways.” – Julie Cloos Mølsgaard, interior designer
“It’s not a restaurant. But we do invite spectacular chefs to cook up intimate dinners. Nor is it a nightclub. But we do invite talented musicians to play a tune. Nor is it a showroom. But we have invited renowned designers and artists to sharpen up the venue with a Vipp kitchen and furniture. And now, we invite you to book a seat at our long table.” – Kasper Egelund, CEO and 3rd generation Vipp owner.
For more information and to make reservations at the Vipp Pencil Factory, visit www.vipp.com.
Photos: Anders Schønnemann for Vipp