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Vipp converts a Copenhagen pencil factory into a supper club

The Danish kitchen brand Vipp has taken advantage of the 3DaysofDesign show in Copenhagen to launch its latest pop-up venture: a supper club in a 400-square-metre decommissioned pencil factory.

Photography: Vipp

The main hall seats 26 guests at black swivel chairs around a custom limestone-topped dining table.
Interior designer Julie Cloos Mølsgaard has softened the industrial space with Danish furnishings, swaths of neutral-toned textiles and Vipp accessories.
Vipp has also supplied the modular V2 kitchen, where a roster of chefs will create multi-course meals for guests. A grand piano sits to the side for live entertainment.

Photography: Vipp

The brand has gradually expanded from the manufacture of pedal bins into a full-service kitchen designer with a showroom in New York and a portfolio of Danish boltholes for rent.

The club officially launches for drinks on 16 September during 3DaysofDesign. The first supper will be held on 23 September.

Photography: Vipp
Photography: Vipp
Photography: Vipp
Photography: Vipp

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