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The Cabin Collection by VIPP


I can't believe it's been over a year since I visited Copenhagen. One of the highlights of my trip was visiting VIPP where I interviewed CEO Kasper Egelund at the VIPP Loft, followed by an unforgettable stay at the VIPP Chimney House. While I was there I was lucky to get a sneak peek of some new wood furniture pieces. VIPP's first venture into solid wood furniture, the VIPP Cabin Collection has now officially launched, and it is stunning. Crafted from solid oak the Cabin series unfolds in a trio of complementary designs consisting of a chair, a square table and a round table.

Available in either light or dark oak, the pieces are simple and airy yet sturdy and refined. The organic idiom is expressed by softly rounded components with subtle details such as invisible joins and grooved surfaces. The Cabin square table has gone straight to my wishlist for our dining area. I love the elegant design with its base made of two carved pieces of wood. Perfectly paired with the Cabin chair, this comes with the option of leather seat padding for added comfort. The raw material is sourced in Europe and the marble top holds the prestigious ‘Jura’ label.

“Given our historical predilection for steel products, our venture into wood, which is an organic and natural material, marks quite a shift. Yet, our design process holds the same refinement and attention to detail whether we shape steel or wood”, says Morten Bo Jensen, Chief designer at Vipp. 

From being primarily an accessory brand, Vipp now unfolds an array of furniture offerings. “In our effort to design holistic interior experiences, we saw the need to embrace material contrasts between hard and soft, which explains why we have welcomed textile and wood into Vipp’s material palette”, explains Morten Bo Jensen.

And if like me, you were wondering where the name ‘Cabin’ derives from, it's due to an architecture project to be revealed by Vipp later this year!

Find out more about the new collection here.  

VIPP is available in New Zealand from Cult.  

Images courtesy of VIPP 

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