David Thulstrup hat mit dem "Chimney House" in Kopenhagen eine ehemalige Pumpstation aus dem Jahr 1902 zu einem höchst exklusiven Ferienhaus umgebaut.
Vipp is continuously adding new elements to its 70 years of experience within processing of steel, yet in the development of the Vipp ceramics collection Vipp has joined forces with a whole new field of craftsmanship. In collaboration with the Danish cera
micist Annemette Kissow Vipp has created a 7 piece collection consisting of a bowl, milk jug, egg ring, plate, espresso, coffee and tea cup.
“Since I met Annemette Kissow in 2005, I have admired her work, so it was an evident choice to team up with
her when we decided to add a ceramics collection to Vipp’s kitchen concept”, says Jette Egelund, CEO and daughter of Holger Nielsen, creator of the Vipp pedal bin.
Like the existing Vipp products, the ceramics distinct itself by its soft shapes in
terrupted by sharp lines in traditional white and grey. Hand-casted in the finest quality porcelain with surfaces glazed on the inside and water polished by hand on the outside, each piece is a result of a thorough process from which it obtains a soft sur
face with a matt look.
“Even though we are working with a completely different material, the outcome carries the same DNA as when we process steel and aluminium – a product stripped to the bone with a minimalistic look where material and processing
define the design ” explains Morten Bo Jensen, Chief Designer in Vipp.