Denmark: Danish design form Vipp has created its first short term rental properties.
Vipp, a Danish family-owned business that is described as a household name in Denmark, is known for its furniture and appliances.
It has now branched out into the hospitality industry by taking over unusual spaces and reimagining them for short-term stays. The spaces are fitted out with Vipp products and local artwork.
The portfolio includes a glass forest shelter in Sweden, a furnished loft over the brand’s office in Copenhagen and a two-bedroom apartment in Hellerup, in the northern part of the city. The Hellerup addition is called The Chimney House, named for the towering chimney stack that rises from the roof of the building, which was once a water-pumping station.
Designed in collaboration with architecture firm, Studio David Thulstrup (which was also behind the recent Noma redesign), the property has two bedrooms and bathrooms spread across two floors.
Features include Aesop toiletries, sweets from artisan chocolatier Friis Holm Chokolade, limited edition beer from Danish brewers Mikkeller and a bottle of the award-winning Stauning Whisky.
Accommodation prices start from €2000 ($2265) for two nights.