A FORTRESS OF SECLUSION

TEXT: SYLWIA CHRAPEK, PHOTOS: COURTESY VIPP

COPENHAGEN 25.4.2016

ARCHITECTURE DESIGN TRAVEL

The world of concrete and the incessant life on the go make one seek seclusion. Shelter by Danish company Vipp seems a perfect response to this need.
The interiors of this portable two-story flat, whose surface area is 55 sq. m., were manufactured with greatest precision, paying attention both to functionality and beauty of the objects. The applied colour range, composed of black, white and shades of grey, favours rest and silence. Glazed walls let in a lot of light, allowing for a truly intimate contact with nature, so difficult in the urban jungle. The sole concern of the owner is the necessity to select the place where Shelter is to be located. The cost is less than 600,000 dollars plus transport. www.vipp.com