February 5, 2024
Dubbed “V3,” the new kitchen brings a distinct character to Vipp’s familiar modular design. The brand’s signature freestanding modules are wrapped in naturally anodized aluminum with vertically extruded profiles curving around the edges to bring a light elegance to the metallic appearance. Resting effortlessly on four legs, the engineers have again blended the everyday functionality of a kitchen with the minimalist aesthetic of the company’s furniture.
Vipp inherited not only founder Holger Nielsen’s entrepreneurial debut in the form of a robust stainless-steel pedal bin, but also his zeal to invent and shape indispensable, durable tools for everyday life. Inspired by this heritage, the first all-metal Vipp kitchen, the V1, was introduced in 2011 and the intention of the new V3 kitchen is to continue following the trajectory of the company’s iconic pedal bin that has been made for over eighty-five years.
With Vipp’s legacy of metalwork revolving mainly around steel, the V3 introduces a fresh take with its light, aluminum-first appearance. Inspired by the material’s use in Vipp’s Chimney House and Shelter guesthouses, the elegant aluminum siding and rounded edges offer a unique aesthetic, while the underlying design language and stainless-steel countertop draw clear lines to the brand’s heritage.
The kitchen cabinets come with discreetly integrated handles, while fridge and freezer cabinets feature long handles with rounded, rubber inner edges that can manage the weight and pressure of the heavier, air-sealed doors. The kitchen is completed with a 4-millimeter stainless-steel countertop that gracefully floats above the cabinets. Either gas hobs or an induction solution can be integrated into the counter.
The V3 kitchen is available in three different modules: island, wall, and tall module.
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