Faucet (modern)

VOLA A/S

KV1 (1972), Arne Jacobsen

Designed in 1968 by Arne Jacobsen for the National Bank of Denmark, the VOLA taps are the most iconic taps in the world. VOLA has won numerous design awards world wide and became part of the design collection of MOMA in New York in 1974. Many prestigious buildings, such as the new German Reichstag in Berlin, the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, and various art museums and luxurious hotels use VOLA taps.

VOLA taps are manufactured and marketed by VOLA A/S, today the leading international brand within Scandinavian design of sanitary fittings for both the kitchen and bathroom.

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