How would a Vipp kitchen look made in natural materials? In wood? In Stone? What if they applied the modular system from their first kitchen, the V1, and wrapped it in mother nature’s material palette? The result is V2, a new kitchen system where dark oak meets jura marble in a design language that takes us from our roots in Denmark all the way to Japan through a simple and refined aesthetic idiom. The modularity, utilities, and building-block approach, known from the V1, are reused in the V2 kitchen, where predefined units form either tall, wall or island modules.
While stone and oak signify a new material approach, you will recognize Vipp in the use of one of our trademark materials – extruded aluminium. Rounded aluminium profiles with reeded details serve as discreet, integrated drawer and cabinet grips. Drawer constructions and interior fittings like the softly moulded silicone cutlery divider found in the V1 kitchen are repeated in the V2 kitchen.
Apart from cabinet fronts covered in dark oak veneer, glass or alu doors apply a playful and refined design element to the V2 kitchen. Both fronts feature a push-click opening mechanism. The anodized aluminium doors with vertically extruded profiles equip the V2 with a sophisticated contrast to facades in veneer. While the reeded glass doors framed by anodized aluminium allow for a semi-transparent look into what hides in the cabinet. Visible with closed doors is the integrated lighting, discreetly mounted under each shelf.