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Vola design house sets up in Australia

The Danish bathroom and kitchen fixtures and fittings brand Vola is setting up in Australia for the first time, bringing pieces such as the award-winning 060 round shower head with it.

Danish architect Arne Jacobsen designed the first Vola taps and mixers in 1968. Some of the pieces designed by Jacobsen, including brightly coloured customizable plumbing fittings, form part of the Museum of Modern Art, New York’s permanent collection.

The company’s presence in Australia will provide assistance to designers and architects when they are specifying Vola products.

The 060 round shower head, pictured, won the German Design Award in 2014.

Vola will have representatives in both Melbourne and Sydney. To learn more about the brand, visit en.vola.com/catalog/.

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