With its new modular design concept of a built-in waste-bin and paper tissue holder VOLA offers new creative possibilities to work with space and materials in the bathroom. By combining the texture and colour of the wall and the choice of finish of the rings and colour of the front plate the architect or interior designer can create individual and extraordinary design solutions. Under the headline "Celebrating continuity - celebrating change" VOLA translates its design DNA into new products for the bathroom. The founder of VOLA Verner Overgaard introduced the idea of hiding the technical parts in the wall. This idea is taken as the starting point for the Round Series. The circle as a geometrical shape is a key element of the VOLA design, and with the latest products the circle is translated into new dimensions. The finishes of the outer ring in either high-polished chrome or brushed stainless steel combined with the fronts in white or black - or for larger projects in any colour - create the reference to the VOLA taps and accessories in the room. For later renovations the fronts can be replaced if another colour is preferred. "It is our strategy to offer new VOLA products to the contract market and the private luxury market giving architects and building owners more possibilities to create holistic design solutions for elegant bathroom and washrooms by choosing products of the same design" says Director of International Sales and Marketing, Birthe Tofting. The Round Series is designed by aarhus arkitekterne A/S. When they were designing the VOLA Acad¬emy aarhus arkitekterne were asked to design a new series of free-standing mixers as well as a new towel warmer. For the VOLA Acad¬emy Aarhus Arkitekterne also developed an interior design concept for the display of VOLA products that is used in the VOLA showrooms in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, London, Vienna, Munich - and Brussels to be opened in May. This is an example of a "Gesamtkunstwerk" - of a holistic approach to architecture and design where the various disciplines are integrated to form a uni¬fied whole.