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Monochrome in Manhattan

Tribeca, New York

Housed in a four-storey building in New York City’s Tribeca area, a former sausage factory now welcomes design enthusiasts to Vipp’s first showroom outside Europe.

The Vipp kitchen

Sofie and Frank moved from Copenhagen to New York and brought their own kitchen

In all fairness, the kitchen was the reason why Sofie Christensen Egelund, granddaughter of Vipp’s founder Holger Nielsen, and her husband, Frank Christensen Egelund, left Denmark in the first place. The kitchen had already made its mark in Scandinavia, and now it felt right to present it across the Atlantic in Vipp’s first showroom outside Europe.

The Vipp kitchen

Sofie and Frank moved from Copenhagen to New York and brought their own kitchen

In all fairness, the kitchen was the reason why Sofie Christensen Egelund, granddaughter of Vipp’s founder Holger Nielsen, and her husband, Frank Christensen Egelund, left Denmark in the first place. The kitchen had already made its mark in Scandinavia, and now it felt right to present it across the Atlantic in Vipp’s first showroom outside Europe.

The Vipp kitchen

Sofie and Frank moved from Copenhagen to New York and brought their own kitchen

In all fairness, the kitchen was the reason why Sofie Christensen Egelund, granddaughter of Vipp’s founder Holger Nielsen, and her husband, Frank Christensen Egelund, left Denmark in the first place. The kitchen had already made its mark in Scandinavia, and now it felt right to present it across the Atlantic in Vipp’s first showroom outside Europe.

The Vipp kitchen

Sofie and Frank moved from Copenhagen to New York and brought their own kitchen

In all fairness, the kitchen was the reason why Sofie Christensen Egelund, granddaughter of Vipp’s founder Holger Nielsen, and her husband, Frank Christensen Egelund, left Denmark in the first place. The kitchen had already made its mark in Scandinavia, and now it felt right to present it across the Atlantic in Vipp’s first showroom outside Europe.

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