Made only in Horsens, Denmark, VOLA prides itself on its design heritage and exceptional craftsmanship.
Paddington Courtyard House by Aileen Sage Architects reinvents the Victorian terrace with a dominating internal courtyard.
The story of tapware designer VOLA goes back over 50 years and while a lot has changed, their philosophy and trademark Danish craftsmanship continues to inform all their designs. Few know this better than Birthe Tofting, Director of International Sales and Marketing.
Danish design has an unmistakable allure, from the simple functionality to the Bauhaus inspired aesthetics, there’s a reason the term in synonymous with good design – and since 1968, Vola has been an inescapable party of that story.
Our Head Office is in Sydney, and we’ve got an entourage of reliable architecture and design writers on the ground in Melbourne, so why is Habitus making a personal trip to SaturdayIndesign this year? And who are we hanging out to see?
Sticking to its timeless tradition of versatile and stylish products, VOLA launches a new range of Matt White tapware in Australia.
These are the early adopters. Meet our first run of exhibitors that will bring Saturday Indesign to life.
Through form, materiality, light and volume, Nobbs Radford has created varied and surprising places of habitation, often focusing on the place “in-between”.
This year VOLA is celebrating 50 years of a tap design legacy, and marked the occasion in a half-century party in held in Denmark.
Minimalist architecture and family-life may first seem incompatible. But Brisbane-based architects, Hogg & Lamb, show the two aren’t mutually exclusive.