By rethinking the space and maximizing sun exposure, architect Mary Cerrone and remodeler Charles Fisher transformed this dark, cramped row house into a dramatic, coherent home.
Dual archways frame the central kitchen of this 1915 home. Continuous burnished plaster, cherry casework and molding, and golden oak hardwood floors tie the entire main floor together.
A generous family room addition has abundant southern exposure. Varied ceiling forms and heights create distinct places within the larger space.