Copenhagen, Denmark

Vipp Pencil Case

Sharpen your senses

Check into a one-of-a-kind guesthouse in Copenhagen on your next weekend getaway and get this destination all to yourself. Only one room - Vipp Pencil Case - is available in the former pencil factory in Islands Brygge. Right across the bridge from the Copenhagen city centre, the area of Islands Brygge stretches along the Copenhagen canal. Here, Vipp has opened its 5th one-room-guesthouse in a Bauhaus inspired building from the 1930s.

The room

Vipp Pencil Case

Nestled in a sunlit corner of the courtyard of the pencil factory lies a 90m2 apartment on the ground floor. The space has been through a one-year renovation by interior designer, Julie Cloos Mølsgaard, who have turned the open space kitchen and dining area, the double bedroom and the bathroom into a tactile treatment that is ready to accommodate design-conscious visitors.

EUR 1,300.00 for 2 nights, max 2 adults

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Art & Interior

A night at the gallery

An eclectic array of art pieces is mixed with furniture from Vipp’s furniture collection and invites guests to have a comfortable moment of quiet reflection while enjoying the art. A wall sculpture in plaster by Cecilie Vår Norsahl greets guests at the entrance.

Art & Interior

Artful dining

Vibrant vases by Karl Monies join guests for dinner at the oak and Jura stone table surrounded by 8 chairs from the same Vipp Cabin series.

The Kitchen

Dining in

The fully equipped V1 kitchen from Vipp invites for a home-cooked meal to be enjoyed by the round Vipp Cabin table in solid oak and Jura stone.

The kitchen

Grey scale

Playing with a palette of curated natural shades that range from beige to warm grey, the space promotes a warmth that is reflected in the floor-to ceiling curtains by Kvadrat that covers the factory style vitrines as well as the warm grey Vipp kitchen.


Storied objects

As an ode to the building's history, the yellow Viking pencils have returned to their former home and allow for a moment of creativity. And if not pleased with the outcome, the Vipp bin stands ready to dispose it. “Both the Viking pencil and the Vipp pedal bin represent two time-tested icons of Danish design. Two tools that have existed in almost a century without altering their original design,” says Jette Egelund, 2nd generation Vipp-owner.


Safe keeping

The original safe from the factory's past has been kept intact. Now, it has found new purpose in safeguarding the personal values of guests.


Tasteful neighbour

Adjacent to Vipp Pencil Case, Vipp has opened the door to a supper club. In a 400-square-metre homey space, a cavalcade of acclaimed chefs from around the world create supper club dining experiences for up to 26 guests at a long table with direct views to the kitchen.

View upcoming events at Vipp Supper Club