Based in Denmark ten years ago Vipp launched its first kitchen, the iconic V1 made of black steel. With the introduction of the new V2 kitchen, she brings a new range of materials on board: Jura marble, a fine-grain limestone from the German Alpine region and dark oak, all sourced locally in Europe. The combination of these high-quality materials transforms the Danish kitchen design into a Japanese aesthetic that values simplicity and sophistication.
Like the V1, the new V2 Kitchen also has all the well thought-out details that have made the V1 so successful, from the drawer construction to the interior fittings. One of Vipp’s trademarks, extruded aluminum, is repeated in the V2 and appears in the discreet, integrated drawer and cabinet handles. Cabinet fronts underline the beauty of oak, but other possible options, such as the doors made of fluted glass or anodized aluminum, add a new level of refined design.
You can find more information about the V2 kitchen at vipp.com.