Danish industrial design collective Vipp has expanded its service into the hospitality industry by offering guests to stay at its intricately designed micro dwellings. The idea of expansion serves as an opportunity to experience the company’s philosophy of good design in places out of the ordinary. Currently offering at two locations, the cabin in Sweden provides a panoramic view of the surrounding landscape through its large sliding windows. Guests can also have access to a private pier. On the other hand, the Vipp Loft is set beneath the original oak rafters of an old printing factory’s loft area just above the Vipp headquarters. A space large enough to accommodate a study and a library, the living area is connected by a bridge to create a multi-functional and holistic home environment.
From November 1, the public can book a night at the Vipp Hotel either in the Vipp shelter or loft for €1,000 (approximately $1,160) and €1,500 (approximately $1,740 USD) per night. For more design news, Airbnb is giving away a free night stay at the LEGO house.