A short ferry ride across Puget Sound from Seattle, is James Beard Award-nominated Chef Brendan McGill’s pizzeria and bar, Bruciato. The restaurant’s 2,275-square-foot space originally served as a hardware store. As part of the renovation, the interiors were stripped back to their essence to showcase the beautiful, exposed bowstring trusses, the bare wood ceiling, and the raw concrete floor. White-painted walls and a limited palette of materials were introduced to create a simple backdrop for an eclectic set of repurposed furnishings and objects. Together, these natural elements help to tell the story of the wood-fired pizzeria’s sophisticated farm-to-table approach, dedication to the Neapolitan standard, and the purity of traditional cuisine.