VOLA Matt White tapware launches in Australia


VOLA announces a new finish to its colour range – colour number 28 – matt white. Beautifully pure and unmistakably matt, it is the perfect addition to the range of 14 colours.

Inspired by the tactile forms found in nature, VOLA believes that its new finish will increase design versatility, enabling specifiers to use VOLA in different environments, easily pairing with a variety of creative themes and materials. Months of meticulous testing, comparing and reviewing colour, finish and durability have resulted in this final true ‘bright white’ colour, now part of VOLA’s carefully curated palette.vola-590h_matt_white_c28In 1968, just over five decades ago, the very first prototypes developed by Arne Jacobsen started life in just two colours, grey and orange. Soon after, all VOLA products were available in a range of ten colours, named 01-10. It was the first time colour had even been considered in bathroom design and a trend began that set the precedent for today’s array of interior aesthetics. Arne Jacobsen’s goal was totality. As an architect, he wanted to have a holistic overview of a project and nothing was to be left to chance. So he was enthused to design every detail of his buildings. Jacobsen had originally wanted to make the first tap out of 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-5471-061_matt_white_c28In timeless tradition, six of the original colours, along with their exact RAL codes are still an integral part of the 14 colours available today. This includes Jacobsen’s favourite colour – 02 Grey – an iconic design detail in any interior scheme. vola-590h_matt_white_c28_v2VOLA take pride in their sustainable manufacturing process which allow ‘extreme personalisation’ – their colour and production approach is unparalleled. Every single product configuration, of which there are approximately 100,000 possible combinations, is available in each of the 28 finishes. When you select a product, VOLA will be able to make it for you in your chosen finish. This is not regular practice in today’s world of mass production. Better still, since VOLA have never changed any colour shade, the 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.