Water. It’s our morning wake-up call. A life-giving ingredient. The purest of beauty treatments. An invitation to play. A deeply calming way to relax. The VOLA range makes these everyday activities a real pleasure. With its sleek, sculptured lines and perfect proportions, VOLA, conceived more than 40 years ago, is still recognized today as one of the worlds leading design icons.
VOLA technology and manufacturing is just as unique, delivering unrivalled levels of quality, reliability and durability.
This is not a tap.
It’s a piece of design history.
Although designed during the 1960’s, these taps remain unchanged from Arne Jacobsen’s original concept establishing VOLA as the much sought-after design you see today. Although new products have been added to the range, VOLA still stands for timeless design, created by the best designers Our story
…. it’s the story of how architect Arne Jacobsen and manufacturer Verner Overgaard joined forces to create something original, beautiful and timeless. An uncompromising vision
During the 1950s and 60s, leading Danish architect Arne Jacobsen epitomized Danish Modern style by blending elegant functionalism with organic forms. Listed amongst many of Europe’s influential buildings are Jacobsen’s St. Catherine’s College, Oxford and the National Bank of Denmark.
However, his vision did not end with the completion of a building. He often designed every element of its furniture and fittings in order to achieve a totally integrated space – classical in its sense of proportion and attention to detail, but appropriate to the modern world. Many of Jacobsen's furniture designs, including the Ant chair from 1952 and the Egg chair designed for the Radisson SAS Hotel in Copenhagen, are regarded as classics.
Partners in design
Verner Overgaard, owner of long-established and innovative manufacturer VOLA, was looking for a designer who could realize his idea ..