Vola is an iconic range led by the pure geometric forms of Arne Jacobsen. With a rich 50-year history the company has continued an unrivalled mix of modern technology and modular design, integrating water into architecture with understated simplicity.
Vola stands for excellence in design, craftsmanship, and responsible manufacturing with a constant emphasis on research, development and innovation. Combining award-winning product design with award-winning architecture, Vola can be found in many distinguished private homes and public buildings around the world.
All Vola taps and mixers are produced in Denmark with the highest quality raw materials, using the best quality materials to create the best quality products.
Vola products are designed to last, to outlive generations while remaining relevant. Every item has the potential to become a timeless classic.
Understanding the complete process from raw material to finished product has been of the utmost importance to the brand. The product life cycle is managed by Vola, each item past or present can receive spare parts or be repaired.
Vola’s commitment to recycling scrap materials and adding them back into the production process means that 100% of the natural material waste they produce is recovered and recycled to produce new brass and stainless-steel cylinders. Recycling materials this way minimises material waste and landfill and reduces the need for new materials to be extracted from the earth.
This ‘making without taking’ philosophy is the ultimate expression of efficient Danish design.
Arne Jacobsen knew that through material and colour, he had the power not only to design, but to define the mood of a space.
After realising that colourful tapware could form an essential part of a design scheme and help create characterful spaces, in 1970, Vola selected ten expressive hues. These colours injected personality into its range of kitchen and bathroom taps and for the first time, bathrooms and kitchens were new arenas for personal expression.
The first colours created in the early prototypes were orange and grey. Jacobsen was inspired by the muted grey pigments in concrete. This colour was quickly favoured by Jacobsen and continues to be both classic and modern in any interior space.
Today, the ten original shades have evolved into a palette of fifteen colours, six of which are still featured from the original ten. These are still integral to Vola’s design identity, with each hue bringing the ability to shape the spirit of a space. Each product is built to order, allowing you to use any of the available colours how you wish. A pink shower or blue kitchen tap — it’s all possible with Vola’s product and colour range.
The brand also boasts 12 metallic finishes that fit perfectly alongside natural materials such as wood, concrete, stone and glass.