Vola: Luxury faucet
The original VOLA design, with its sculptural lines and perfect proportions, was created 40 years ago by the Danish architect Arne Jacobsen and is currently recognized as an icon of contemporary design.
VOLA’s technology and manufacturing is unique, with an incomparable level of quality, control and comfort.
The VOLA collection, despite having been designed in the 1960s, faithfully follows the original concept of Arne Jacobsen and has evolved over time. When Arne Jacobsen won the prize for the project of the National Bank of Denmark, Verner Overgaard, owner of the VOLA company, found in the architect the best collaborator to develop an innovative faucet project, based on his technical idea, which was to embed the conduits and batteries leaving outside controls and outputs. For his part, Jacobsen saw the potential of the new product through the ethical relationship with his own design.
For its exceptional design, VOLA won its first prize, the ID Prize in 1969. VOLA has also been selected to be exhibited in the most prestigious museums: New York Museum of Modern Art, Kunstgewerbemuseum (Cologne), Cincinnati Museum of Modern Art, Neue Sammlung (Munich), among others.
In the more than 35 years of production, VOLA has undergone important technical transformations, but the design of Arne Jacobsen has managed to remain in time.
The VOLA collection, despite having been designed in the 1960s, faithfully follows the original concept of Arne Jacobsen and has evolved over time.
The VOLA line is manufactured with a modular system, consisting of valves, controls, trim plates, drains and accessories. All these components can be used with an infinite number of possibilities that allow us to adapt to our needs and lifestyle.
This modular collection is perfectly adapted to each project and lifestyle.
A good design never loses its integrity and it is undoubtedly an investment for future generations.