Danish brand Vipp, renowned for its 85-year tradition of metalwork and most notably their iconic trash bins, introduces their latest kitchen design that’s a perfect testament to the company’s legacy. Crafted with aluminum, the V3 kitchen is a modular masterpiece that seamlessly merges functionality with minimalist aesthetics, marking a new chapter in Vipp’s storied journey. Wrapped in naturally anodized aluminum, the freestanding modules boast vertically extruded profiles that gracefully curve, infusing a light elegance into the metallic landscape. Vipp CEO Kasper Egelund describes it as “a unique kitchen that feels like a sculptural piece on its own.”
The V3 kitchen pays homage to Vipp’s heritage, tracing back to founder Holger Nielsen’s entrepreneurial spirit. Inspired by the legacy of their notable stainless-steel pedal bin, the V3 follows in the footsteps of its predecessor, the V1 kitchen made of black powder-coated steel, introduced in 2011. While maintaining the principles of the V1, the V3 takes a departure, introducing an aluminum-first appearance that breathes freshness into Vipp’s longstanding metalwork legacy.
True to Vipp’s philosophy that “a kitchen is a tool, not a decoration,” the V3 is designed for everyday use. Discreetly integrated pulls, long handles with rounded rubber inner edges on fridge and freezer cabinets, and a four-millimeter stainless-steel countertop are thoughtful details that underscore Vipp’s commitment to form, function, and durability. The kitchen is envisioned to be a lifelong companion, celebrating thoughtful design and premium materials. Kasper Egelund sums up Vipp’s approach, stating, “Our kitchens are based on everything we’ve learned about metalwork since Vipp was founded in 1939.”
The V3 kitchen offers versatility with three distinct modules – island, wall, and tall – and the choice of integrated gas hobs or an induction option.
While Vipp’s metalwork history revolves mostly around steel, their latest design introduces a lighter option inspired by the use of aluminum in the brand’s Shelter and Chimney guesthouses.
From afar, the cabinets appear to have a fresh, light gray color exterior. Upon closer inspection, the metallic hue and tactile quality of the fluted panels makes for an elevated and unique kitchen design.
For those eager to learn more or experience the V3 kitchen, further details can be found on Vipp.com.