Established in 1968 by Verner Overgaard, the first VOLA mixer was designed by Danish architect Arne Jacobsen for the National Bank of Denmark. Even in today’s world of ever-changing trends, VOLA remains an icon and a tribute to a culture that worships pure yet functional design above all else.
When first introduced to the market in 1968, the minimalist range of kitchen and bathroom fixtures was seen as a radical departure from existing, traditional ideas of aesthetics and design. VOLA was quick to become a firm favourite among innovative architects and forward-thinking interior designers of that time.
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The HV1 was designed in 1968 by Arne Jacobsen and is available in 28 different colours. The iconic design and use of high-quality materials have allowed the basin mixer to stand the test of time, as young architects continue to specify VOLA's classic basin mixer, 51 years after its inception.
The VOLA T39 is an electrically heated towel rail that is customisable to suit any bathroom layout and is available in 28 different finishes. In 2009, It received a Good Design Award as well as a Plus X Award for Best Product of the Year in 2018.
One of the first VOLA taps, the KV1 single-handle mixer was selected for the permanent collection at MoMA, New York in 1974. The KV1 is equipped with ceramic disc technology and a double swivel spout with water saving aerator. Like all of the VOLA products, it is available in 28 different finishes.