Renowned tap manufacturer VOLA continues the Danish design tradition with products that display elegance in form and function, down to every last detail.
For over half a century, VOLA’s timeless, durable tapware has inspired and elevated the delivery of the purest element of all – water.
Icelandic architect Palmar Kristmundsson partnered with renowned Danish brand VOLA to create an architectural masterpiece that is an extension of nature itself.
The unexpected crossover of a tapware brand and a professional orchestra illuminates their shared intrinsic values of precision, teamwork and craftsmanship.
There’s no doubt that our wellbeing is influenced by our relationship with nature and the spaces we live in; VOLA’s enduring commitment to wellness ensures our homes provide balance, harmony and respite.
There is something pure, potent and uncomplicated about stainless steel – much like the water that runs through VOLA’s modern stainless steel tapware.
VOLA’s brushed Gold finish offers a sophisticated means to visually elevate interior spaces.
A short film produced by Vola for the online series On Design explores how the summerhouse – or in Danish, sommerhus – has become woven into the fabric of Danish life.
Colour has been making a comeback in residential kitchen and bathroom spaces, as of late, and it brings us so much joy — literally.
It’s the smaller touchpoints, easily overlooked by those who aren’t paying attention, that elevate an interior and define the designer.
For more than half a century VOLA has upheld the Danish reputation for outstanding design. It’s latest series, On Design, explores other Danish greats and their contributions to the global architecture and design community.
Welcome to the first edition of The Habitus Edit. In this issue, we are looking at colour in the kitchen.
The fourth short film to feature in VOLA’s online series On Design captures the emphatic approach of McLaren.Excell, as the London-based practice transforms a relic of Britain’s history into a house designed for longevity.
Being a good neighbour doesn’t mean not being able to enjoy your privacy, as this house in Sydney’s beachside Bronte demonstrates.
If ever the phrase ‘it’s about the journey, not the destination’ was applicable to an architectural project, 8m House by Architects’ Creative is it.
In the latest in a series of short films for VOLA, acclaimed British designer, Ilse Crawford, explores the relationship between wellness, wellbeing and design.
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?