House of VOILA
VO!LA & DNA
At the House of VOILA we revolutionized horology by pioneering in BOLD, conversation starter aesthetic novelties; artfully conceived to tell time. Each collection is embedded with our exclamatory ‘!’ / ‘WOW’ DNA, ergonomically engineered to challenge modern electronic devices, thereby guaranteeing a sustainability in watchmaking and (aesthetically) reinventing time.
Our inventive flipped ‘i’ is simultaneously part of VOILA and its DNA; creatively we make the impossible, i-m-possible. Our fine balance in artistry and precision engineering has fundamentally transformed a design revolution in wrist art and is an inspiration for numerous heritage brands.
REVOLUTIONS IN TIME
VOILA premiered in 2002 at Basel World, Switzerland and launched OP-LA - the world's first slap watch; from thereon year after year the House of VOILA has released highly distinctive collections of new classics, designed to amaze horologists.
Amongst its many firsts, in 2003 VOILA unveiled the FIGURE 8 - the world's first EI8HT watch inspired from the auspicious ‘8’ - a symbol of eternal prosperity and an original griffe of the House of VOILA, visible in its TRAVEL DIVA and FANTASEA collections.
Distinguished accolades in 2006 for LOST IN TIME a Celtic spiral nominated amongst the best designs at Gems Vision - an annual trend guide for jewelry designers, and in 2008 for the "BEIJING DREAM", a birds nest carved into an intricate mesh, are acknowledgment of our innovative design journey.
True to its DNA, in 2012 VOILA premiered FANTASEA, an Exclamatory Jewel, which marked the beginning of its one-of-a-kind jewelry collection. Taking inspiration from nature & culture, each VOILA jewel is artistically created with a timeless appeal.
VOILA trademarks and collections are protected and design patented respectively as original artistic works.The House of VOILA does not entertain OEM manufacturing and is highly protective of its exclamatory - revolutionary designs.
VOILA (Intertime) is a Certified Dealer in Precious Metals and Stones approved by Hong Kong Customs and Excise Department.