After a year-long renovation led by Gachot Studios, Waterworks reopened its newly expanded, 12,500-square-foot Manhattan flagship showroom on 58th Street this fall, home to their complete line of luxury bath and kitchen products.
With Carrara marble and white millwork, the gallery-like ground level displays faucets in shadow boxes and jewelry case-style vitrines, while shower fittings are tucked away inside drawers. A central open staircase leads shoppers downstairs to the minimalist cellar where tubs, washstands and mirrors are showcased, including the brand’s new Bond bath collection in collaboration with Gachot.
The new second level is home to color-coordinated collections of kitchen cabinetry, surfaces and hardware, in a setup reminiscent of fashion merchandising. To honor their reopening and celebrate Manhattan’s resiliency over the last year, Waterworks donated $25,000 to City Harvest to feed nearly 70,000 New Yorkers in need.