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Published August 14, 2010, 12:00 AM

Photo gallery: Hoffart House in Fargo


The Mitch and Karen Hoffart home at 330 Eddy Court S. in Fargo is unconventional for its design in the older neighborhood. Dave Wallis / The Forum

  • The Mitch and Karen Hoffart home at 330 Eddy Court S. in Fargo is unconventional for its design in the older neighborhood. Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • The Mitch and Karen Hoffart home at 330 Eddy Court S. in Fargo is unconventional for its design in the older neighborhood. Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • The Mitch and Karen Hoffart home at 330 Eddy Court S. in Fargo is unconventional for its design in the older neighborhood. Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • The Mitch and Karen Hoffart home at 330 Eddy Court S. in Fargo is unconventional for its design in the older neighborhood. Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • The Mitch and Karen Hoffart home at 330 Eddy Court S. in Fargo is unconventional for its design in the older neighborhood. Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • Prairie flowers fill the front yard of the Mitch and Karen Hoffart home at 330 Eddy Court S. in Fargo. Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • The living area of the Hoffart-Olson home is open and well-lit, with exposed beams, heated concrete floors and spiral ductwork adding texture and interest. The lofted studio is encased in walls of polyurethane film. Scott Gilbertson Photography / Special to The Forum
  • The industrial modern style of the Hoffart-Olson home stands in stark contrast against the early-20th-century houses that line Fargo’s Eddy Court. Scott Gilbertson Photography / Special to The Forum
  • The home includes a second-floor studio where Mitch Hoffart does his artwork. Photos by Scott Gilbertson Photography / Special to The Forum
  • Hoffart is a gourmet cook and spends a lot of time in this kitchen, which is outfitted with a Viking refrigerator, maple cabinetry and stainless steel countertops. Photos by Scott Gilbertson Photography / Special to The Forum
  • A photo shows the small house that used to occupy 330 Eddy Court. This house and another small, dilapidated dwelling were razed so Mitch Hoffart and Karen Olson could build a new home there. Courtesy of the Institute for Regional Studies, NDSU
  • In keeping with the modern-industrial interior, jar lights with caged glass were used throughout the home. Courtesy of the Institute for Regional Studies, NDSU
  • Hoffart’s art studio, which is encased in polyurethane walls, glows at night. Scott Gilbertson Photography / Special to The Forum
  • This Murphy bed allows Karen Olson to easily transform her first-floor workroom into a guest room. Scott Gilbertson Photography / Special to The Forum