A Danish Design Story

Lidia Boniwell, Cafeine

2020-05-15 13:47:55

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In the early 1960s VOLA founder Verner Overgaard approached esteemed Danish architect and furniture designer Arne Jacobsen, with a vision for revolutionary tap design. Verner had an idea to create a mixer where the mechanical parts were hidden, leaving only the handles and spout exposed. At the time this was a completely new concept, and with this basic principle in mind, the simple and concise VOLA design that we know today was conceived.

Frequenting bathrooms and kitchens on est – both locally and further abroad – we set out to delve into VOLA‘s Scandinavian ancestry and commitment to functionality and precision.







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