The new Woodward Table space was formerly Potenza, a large Italian restaurant that housed a bakery, bar, and dining room. Each area was distinctly different and separate from each other in both special layout and design. GrizForm Design Architects overall goal was to open up the space and connect the bar to the dining room. The team started by removing the front barrier and extending the bar into the site line of the dining room. The main design feature in the space, the ceiling pipes, begin at the back of the dining room and wrap their way to the front of the bar, connecting the spaces together. GrizForm used simple and warm colors, which include shades of brown and beige that are emphasized by pops of copper and brass detailing.
Scope of Work
Partial Remodel: Including Café, Bar, Dining Room and Private Event Space
Interior Architecture / Interior Design
1426 H St NW
Washington, DC 20005