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The design concept of The Point, a full service seafood restaurant, embraces the idea of confluence, which is inspired by the restaurant’s location at the junction of the Potomac and Anacostia rivers. This is translated into the design by the transformation of elements as they come together and interact. Water and fire, represented by the view-shed and wood-fire cooking, are expressed through dynamic architecture gestures and finishes that frame and highlight each element. Warm tones and cool hues create a rich, layered atmosphere. Designed with tiered seating, the double-height dining space creates a visual link between the interior and exterior with its tall windows. The terrace features a full bar, flexible lounge areas, and fire pits.

Design: CORE architecture + design

Principal: Allison Cooke

Design Team: Daniel Chapman, Kimi Laws, Daniel Mayo

General Contractor: Encore Construction

MEP Engineer: Caliber Design, Inc

Foodservice Consultant: Restaurant Consultants, Inc

Structural Engineer: MGV Engineers

Photography: Ron Ngiam

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