Crafted exclusively in Denmark, VOLA prides itself with the power of artistry, tradition and timeless design for over five decades with the new Matt White tapware range.
October 4th, 2019
There is a beauty in finding the artful balance between perfect Scandinavian craftsmanship and meticulous manufacturing from the finest materials. Pioneers within the architecture and design industry, VOLA is renowned for using the most innovative and cutting edge engineering technology to consistently provide state-of-the-art products. Entering the design world with its first tap over 50 years ago, the VOLA brand has continuously established its dedication and passion for creating timeless design classics.
Manufactured in the VOLA factory in Horsens, Denmark, an aesthetic of sophisticated elegance resonates through every product. Every design is interweaved with same VOLA DNA of durable quality and modern sustainable thinking. In the last decade, 12 new bathroom products have been launched into the market with its most recent collection, the VOLA Matt White tapware now available in Australia. The Matt White in the newest finish of colour number 28 and is the perfect contemporary addition to the range of 14 colours of unparalleled beauty.
After seeing the demand for Matt Black tapware dramatically increase worldwide in the last few years, VOLA envisioned a Matt White finish to combine with more natural and raw materials. Following months of refining and thorough testing, this product is exquisitely pure and unmistakably matt. Drawing from the tactile organic forms within nature, this neutral-toned tapware is versatile and upholds principles of restraint and refinement unique to the Danish brand. The result of the final ‘bright white’ colour of number 28 for this collection is now part of VOLA’s carefully curated palette of finishes and tones suitable for any environment.
Created for the past, present and future generation, VOLA tapware puts design longevity at the core of the brand. VOLA products are innately crafted with a completely green profile by a team dedicated to products of durable qualities that demonstrate the very best of modern sustainable thinking of Danish design heritage. At the forefront of any product, VOLA’s environmental position is integrated into every function, decision and process made.
Based on classical craftsman disciplines and endless precision, the VOLA Matt White tapware range presents a refined aesthetic true to the Scandinavian VOLA brand. With over half a century of minimal and honest Danish craftsmanship, VOLA has reimagined the way we experience our spaces through truly inspiring tapware artistry.
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