The remodel and expansion of the courtyard of the Monaco Hotel located in Washington D.C. was completed in late 2016. The building that houses the hotel and the resturant is the Old General Post Office, also known as the Tariff Building, a National Landmark dating to the 1820's.
The project expanded the restaurant to a 1,400 square feet glass pavilion enclosed with dynamic glass. The dynamic glass automatically changes tint in response to the light conditions at any given time. The 200-seat restaurant space features heated outdoor seating, four bars and six firepits.
Interior Design: Dawson Design Associates
Photography: Mark Wickens
General Contractor: Potomac Construction Services