Inside the New Vipp Pencil Case Copenhagen

Solid wood floors and factory-style windows nod to the building’s industrial heritage. Vipp’s own designs feature in the space, including the Vipp494/Vipp495 Cabin round table, Vipp481 Cabin chair, Vipp586 paper pendant, Vipp655 pouf and Vipp591 sculpture table lamp.

Renowned Danish design company Vipp open their fifth hotel inside a former Copenhagen pencil factory.

Enriching Vipp’s coveted collection of design-forward Scandinavian guesthouses, encompassing Vipp Shelter (Sweden), Vipp Loft (Denmark), Vipp Chimney House (Denmark) and Vipp Farmhouse (Denmark), the new Vipp Pencil Case occupies a corner of an old Bauhaus-inspired factory in Islands Brygge, Copenhagen. Formerly used to manufacture school pencils, the building’s industrial heritage has been celebrated while the interiors have been modernised in a classic Vipp style. Situated along the canal, right across the bridge from the city centre, the hotel is ideally located to offer guests an authentic taste of Copenhagen.

Danish interior designer Julie Cloos Molsgaard led the fit-out of the 90-square-metre apartment, which includes an open kitchen and dining area, double bedroom and ensuite. Having already worked on Vipp Farmhouse, Julie was well versed in the brand’s design approach and ethos, ensuring that the interiors remained true to their aesthetic. The space inherits the same Nordic charm as its siblings, with its all-natural material palette, soft accents and eclectic art show. Guests are also given the opportunity to experience Vipp’s signature designs in person, from their award-winning kitchen modules  to their iconic pedal bins.

Vipp’s kitchen modules are revered for combining functionality and aesthetics. Also pictured is the Vipp901 kitchen tap and Vipp524 wall lamp.

Transitioning into the bedroom, the floors become darker to instil a more relaxed atmosphere. Pictured in the space is the Vipp521 table lamp.

A glimpse into the ensuite reveals the Vipp pedal bin and bath module.

“Vipp Pencil Case is not your average hotel; it elicits an artistic ambience and holds a rare quietude in the heart of the Danish capital.”

- Interior designer Julie Cloos Molsgaard

The new Vipp Pencil Case occupies a corner of an old Bauhaus-inspired factory in Islands Brygge, Copenhagen.

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