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Vipp opens guesthouse in Lolland Farmhouse

She is an Oscar-winning producer, he runs a private greenery in Denmark – together Sisse Graum Jørgensen and Ulrik Theophil Jørgensen operate Vipp Farmhouse, a small-scale guesthouse at the outskirts of their estate Søllestedgaard in Lolland. A few years ago, the old frames of a traditional farmhouse standing idle on the vast estate found new purpose as Danish design company Vipp’s 4th guesthouse.

Once a gardener’s residence, the house built in 1775 was transformed by the couple’s close friend, interior designer Julie Cloos Mølsgaard into a modern farmhouse that combines historical charm with modern convenience displaying both functional finesse and curious art finds. For Sisse and Ulrik, the 88m2 house has become a sanctuary that embraces slowness and sensory insight in times of great haste.

While the architectural shell of the Vipp Farmhouse is a reminiscence from when it was built in 1775, the newly furbished interior brings us into the modern area of Scandinavian minimalism and its ode to functionalism.

Since the creation of the Vipp Shelter, a 55 m2 steel pod by a Swedish lake, Vipp has been quietly unfolding a palette of guesthouses, each unveiling a locally rooted architectural archetype. Embracing a different kind of hospitality, guests are invited to take their time – time to explore the solitude of being the only guest, time to be inspired by the sensory dialogue symbiotically shaped between object and space.

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