Leisure & Hospitality

Vipp Shelter

Leisure & Hospitality

Vipp Shelter

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estled in the beautiful Scandinavian woodlands, this bespoke holiday destination brands itself as a human charging station. Part of the Vipp Boutique Hotel group, the hideaway destination is designed to connect visitors with the surrounding nature and provide the essentials for a relaxing, technology free stay.

A dark colour palette was chosen to create a contrast to the surrounding nature without detracting from the greenery or stunning nearby lake. At only 55 square metres, it was imperative for the destination to utilise the space in the most efficient way possible.

Creating a bright, open plan environment to enjoy the surroundings was achieved by using panoramah! ah!38 sliding door systems on two elevations. The slim framed systems form glass walls, offering the most minimal sightlines of just 20mm and sliding to reveal completely open apertures on two sides of the cabin retreat.

The bed is situated in a raised loft area, directly underneath roof glazing to allow a sleeping under the stars experience. There are no curtains or obstructions on any of the glazing in this cabin, allowing visitors to forge a strong connection with the serene outdoor environment.

The exterior finish is constructed using black steel, and for continuity the sliding door systems have been adonised in black. The interior design follows the same dark trend, drawing the focus to the bright outdoors.

The design focused shelter is minimalistic from all angles and offers a truly remote destination from the modern technological world.

PRODUCTS: Door Systems
TYPE: Leisure & Hospitality
LOCATION: Denmark
ARCHITECT: Morten Bo Jensen
PHOTOGRAPHY: ©Vipp

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