Find out how one-room hotels are about to take over the hospitality space.
We take a look back at 2015 to see all of the creative workspaces that we featured, along with interviews of some renowned designers.
We go back to revisit the collection of design-focused shops we highlighted in our Design Store(y) column throughout 2015.
Vipp opens their first showroom outside Europe, designed to look like a sophisticated NYC loft.
Vipp adds ceramics to their incredible roster.
Vipp's Chief Designer Morten Bo Jensen gives us a look into their Copenhagen offices where they make it all happen.
Vipp goes large-scale with the launch of Shelter, a prefab, minimal retreat.
Take a look at 10 interior spaces that offer the perfect dark and moody vibes.
Let's take a look back at the most popular posts from our Friday Five column in 2014.
Kitchens get cluttered so going with a simple, scaled back design, like these Scandinavian-inspired kitchens, is a way to avoid that.
Take a look at designer Morten Bo Jensen, Vipp's Chief Designer, and the areas of design and creativity where he finds inspiration.
Vipp created a giant pedal bin as a reminder to Copenhagen to keep the city clean.
An iconic trashcan gets transformed with couture fashion.
A household name in kitchen and bath accessories enters a new world with a beautiful table made of recycled teak planks and aluminum.
Artist Damien Hirst has created a limited edition version of the ever popular Vipp Bin, The Dotted Vipp Bin, with inspiration from his iconi…
The Vipp Annual Color 2012—Copenhagen Green—is a tribute to the Danish capital, which also happens to be Vipp’s hometown, and now …