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Vipp Is Really Cookin'. The New Vipp Kitchen Is All Here In Black and White.





You probably think of trash bins when you think of Vipp. Now, they've got a kitchen to compliment it.




Since the creation of the bin in 1939, Vipp has become synonymous with quality products for the kitchen and bathroom. Now, the Danish company presents one of its most sensational product developments - a radical reinterpretation of the kitchen.





“Vipp’s experience lies within product design focusing on solid materials, mechanics and function. As a consequence we have chosen to design the Vipp kitchen as a product or rather as a piece of furniture.






The result is a range of kitchen modules where choices have already been made based on a thorough knowledge of materials combined with an aesthetic opinion on what constitutes good design.” – chief designer at Vipp, Morten Bo Jensen.




Vipp’s more than 70 years of experience within the processing of steel makes stainless steel an evident choice of material in the development of the Vipp kitchen. “Like with the Vipp bin, we bring the industrial look into the home with the new kitchen – a solid product, standing to be used day after day.” - Morten Bo Jensen.








A range of modules in different sizes can be combined and arranged according to individual needs. The complete Vipp kitchen concept unfolds in every detail. Even fixtures, drawer pulls and inserts, range hood as well as gas knobs are developed in respect of Vipp’s design DNA, injecting a functional and visual cohesiveness into the kitchen.







The Vipp kitchen is available in black and white and is sold in the Vipp Flagship Store in Copenhagen, Denmark. Information about US availability expected soon.



Vipp.com

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