To celebrate the 100 year anniversary of bauhaus100, were hosting a panel discussion with Dezeen at the Design Museum, London with Deyan Sudjic, Dr Harriet Harriss and Nina Hertig, exploring the connections and contrasts between the Bauhaus and Danish design. Watch it in this link live from 6:30pm UK time.
The Original. Award winning for 50 years. \u2800 We're proud and happy to see our 111 mixer, designed 51 years ago by Arne Jacobsen win the 2019 German Design Award. 50 years on from receiving its first ID Prisen award in 1969 its timeless appeal is recognised.\u2800
Byggeri+Arkitektur: P\å fredag drager vi til Frankfurt for at modtage German Design Award 2019 - design classics, for VOLA 111, som Arne Jacobsen designede til Danmarks Nationalbank i 1968
1011 MG AMSTERDAM
VOLA blends freedom, aesthetics and wellness in their new free-standing range. Aesthetics, wellness and individuality describe the trends of a modern bath room. A new trend is to combine the bathroom and bedroom into one room. Often the bath tub is placed in the best position in the room perhaps with a view to the outside. The VOLA FS family is made for this kind of environment.
In 2007 a new bath filler, VOLA FS1 was launched and won the GOOD DESIGN Award 2007 presented by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Design and Architecture and was nominated for the German Designpreis 2009. In 2009 VOLA presented the new FS2 mixer and FS3 shower as an evolution of its Free-standing family – the new interpretation of the VOLA Classic style and concept, designed especially for the modern bathroom.
The new freestanding shower system FS3 with thermostat embodies the VOLA character in its purest form; concise, slender, sculptured design. It is distinguished by its modern and geometrical shape, which is sure to inspire all purist VOLA followers In its function the new FS3 mimics natural rain fall but unlike nature, the intensity and temperature of the curtains of water can be easily adjusted. FS3 won the GOOD DESIGN Award 2009.