I have been waiting some time for the reveal of the third room of the ‘Vipp Hotel’. You might remember my blogpost about the first ánd second room of the brands hotel concept. Last year Wen and myself kicked off our collaboration as w/ Style with a stay at both the Loft in Copenhagen and The Shelter in Sweden. Still thinking back a lot of the Shelter which was one of my most treasured experiences ever. At both locations I got the opportunity to test the Vipp kitchen, at the Chimney House guest can also experience the brand’s new furniture collection in a home-away-from-home.
‘Vipp Chimney House’ a former water pumping station built in 1902 is named after its towering chimney, Danish architect, David Thulstrup brought the old building back to life while retaining the charm of the architectural shell from the beginning of the 20th century, the original, industrial space has been extended with a cutting-edge, modern overlay. Ceiling height amounts to 8.5m in the atrium with skylight view to the old chimney. Arch doors in steel-framed glass, custom terrazzo flooring, a modern steel staircase and open access to a private terrace are some of the architectural highlights of the Vipp Chimney House. Two bathrooms, two bedrooms and a large open plan kitchen, dining and living space occupy the 200 m2.
David Thulstrup: “For me it was a dream architectural project, from the strong gestures of the building to the finest interior detailing. I was encouraged to make it edgy, and with that I wanted to add the personality, comfort and aesthetics of a private residence. I wanted people to feel at home.” Book your stay via vipp.com