The Watermark Collection’s Highline brassware range has been created to celebrate Manhattan’s architectural style, by blending decorative inspirations with clean, modern lines.
Designed by New York-based architectural and design studios of Mark Zeff, the original concept was conceived for a development overlooking the Highline.
Now evolved into a complete brassware collection, the Highline range offers a choice of bathroom, shower, kitchen mixers and accessories.
All pieces are made to order and offer a choice of handles in either crosshead or lever, and spouts in either smooth or transitional finish.
Each is available in any of The Watermark Collection’s 24 custom finishes, which span warm and cool metals, ageing processes and lacquering techniques.
The Watermark Collection has also recently introduced Titanium, and the company was chosen as one of our 13 highlights at Clerkenwell Design Week.
US-based Watermark was established in 1976 by Herman Abel who had a passion for metal finishing, which has been applied to the company’s current brassware ranges.
With a focus on industrial designs, all the brassware is inspired by architectural details and engineering structures, from its local Brooklyn borough.
Manufactured in its own factory, all of the brassware pieces in The Watermark Collection’s portfolio are handmade