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The RS11 is the newest extension of the VOLA Round Series of products featuring a spherical shape and narrow ring inspired by the circular design of the Bankers Clock for the National Bank of Denmark, designed by Arne Jacobsen, who designed the first VOLA faucet in 1968. Adaptable for dispensing hand sanitizer, foam or fluid soap/gel the VOLA RS11 is available as a freestanding, wall-mounted or table-mounted configuration, making it ideal for all settings – reception, office and bathroom environments. Each configuration uses the same size, well-proportioned cylinder, with a one-liter capacity.
A magnetic key allows the top of the cylinder to be lifted to pour in the sanitizer, foam or fluid soap/gel of choice. Users can choose from three separate pump mechanisms that work with all hygiene options—sanitizer, foam or fluid soap/gel. They are powered by four AA batteries with a life of 25,000 activations or 1 year. The extruded aluminum cylinder, available in either black or white, is resistant to finger marks. The body is available in a full selection of colors, brushed metals and metallic finish options. In true VOLA style, all mechanisms are hidden to provide a flawless, subtle design that complements its environment perfectly. Even the wall fixtures are discreet, helping to create the slimmest possible cylindrical design.
For use in offices, retail and hospitality, VOLA’s new RS11 is a series of dispensers designed by architect and designer Torben Madsen, who is design manager at LINK Arkitektur. Madsen has a long history designing products for VOLA; he maintains the design legacy that Arne Jacobsen began in 1968 with the design of the first VOLA faucet.
“The design development has been about compressing VOLA’s classic, cylindrical shape into as slim and light a design as possible. The result is an aesthetically beautiful dispenser that holds one litre so that it does not have to be refilled often, delivering 1000 applications from one refill,” says Torben Madsen, Design Director of LINK Arkitektur.