VOLA has recently launched a Matt White (colour 28) finish which is available across the whole VOLA product range. Beautifully pure and unmistakably matt, the new finish is inspired by the tactile forms found in nature. Adding to the existing 27 iconic colour portfolio, the matt white finish increases design versatility, enabling designers to easily pair both colour and texture with creative design schemes across different environments. VOLA and colour started in 1968, when the very first prototypes were developed by Arne Jacobsen in just two colours, grey and orange. Soon after, all VOLA products were available in a range of ten colours and have now expanded to an offering of 28 colours/finishes. Not only was VOLA the original creator of the modern tap but they were the first to introduce a full spectrum of colour to tapware and bathroom design. Originally Jacobsen had wanted to create the first tap from concrete; from this early design concept, the VOLA grey finish was born. Today’s collection of timeless finishes and bold colours are still firmly led by the geometric forms and principals of the brand’s founders.
VOLA take great pride in the sustainability of their manufacturing which allows for ‘extreme personalisation’ with their offering of colours and styles. Across the entire VOLA range, every product configuration – approximately 100,000 possible combinations are available in each of the 28 finishes. This allows anyone to specify any product configuration in any finish. Every product is made to order, and no stock is held, despite regular practice in today’s world of mass production. Better still, since VOLA have never changed any colour, products deliver greater longevity, with products that were used in schemes in the 1970s still being updated and refurbished today. This commitment to sustainable, beautiful and modular design is the foundation of the VOLA approach.