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The perfect blend of art function, Dash pays homage to design elements of the 1930s, with pareddown shapes, softened curves and minimal details. The resulting forms are beautiful and sophisticated, with a unique simplicity that's anything but basic: Each element has the versatility to fit into any decor—from modern industrial to traditional—while still nodding to its vintage character and inspiration.
Regulator plays on the design of industrial boiler room controls from the early 20th century, when pride was lavished on hard-built parts. Translated into handcrafted forms, these fittings lend a sense of rugged beauty to the bath, expressing their sensibility through powerful shapes, exposed parts and honest detailing. Regulator elements are rendered on a large scale that reflects their purposeful past and the mechanisms involved in controlling the flow of water.
Henry merges Bauhaus simplicity with straightforward American ingenuity, expressed in details like pronounced hexagonal nuts and coin-edge rings. The result is a look that is familiar yet entirely original. The collection's authentic design and impeccable craftsmanship work hand in hand, easily transitioning between modern, traditional and utilitarian settings.
A groundbreaking, industrial-inspired collection that entices with powerful shapes, genuine materials and unique aesthetic details. The product of a collaboration between Waterworks and Roman and Williams, R.W. Atlas references a mix of precision-crafted goods from the past, from early microscopes to vintage cameras. Robust and profoundly hard working, this is an innovative and original design, evoking memory in a modern way.
Modeled after 100-year-old Edwardian styles that are still relevant today, Easton is one of the first products Waterworks made—and the spirit of these iconic collections. While the design's aesthetics reflect its deep historical origins, its classic proportions and scale have been carefully modified and refined. A single spout and sleek gland covers give Easton Classic fittings a distinctly American sensibility, while Easton Vintage pays homage to an age of exposed construction. With a wide range of styles and custom handle materials, it's our way of showing that you can go backward but still look forward.