Consistent and restrained is the order of the day for a 1906 Tudor row house renovation by NicoleHollis and Dumican Mosey Architects. A terrace with a glass balustrade extends from the rear of the penthouse lounge, the master bedroom, and the living area. Photography by Mark Adams.

The third level of a 1906 Tudor row house renovation by NicoleHollis and Dumican Mosey Architects is given over entirely to the master suite, which includes not only its own full bathroom, complete with separate WC, but also an office that has a bathroom with a shower. Photography by Mark Adams.

Consistent and restrained is the order of the day for a 1906 Tudor row house renovation by NicoleHollis and Dumican Mosey Architects. The starting point for the 5,900-square-foot collaboration was to reorganize each level around an off-center staircase, its floating steel-and-glass form replacing circuitous wooden stairs. Photography by Mark Adams.

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