Modern, treehouse-style home stands out in Fargo neighborhood
FARGO - Nothing about Chris Hemmah's home at 505 20th St. N. is ordinary, including how it came to be.
1/7: Chris Hemmah uses windows higher on the wall and rolling screens instead of shades for more privacy but still allow light. David Samson / The Forum
2/7: Chris Hemmah uses sliding barn doors instead of standard swinging doors to better utilize space in his north Fargo home. David Samson / The Forum
3/7: Chris Hemmah makes use of the available space at his new home in north Fargo. David Samson / The Forum
4/7: The sitting room of Chris Hemmah's home doubles as a guest room with a couch that folds down into a bed. David Samson / The Forum
5/7: “I designed my home around my furniture,” Chris Hemmah says about his small north Fargo. David Samson / The Forum
6/7: Chris Hemmah used a stacking washer and dryer in his bathroom to save space in his north Fargo home. David Samson / The Forum
7/7: "I’m a fan of mid-century-modern design. The cabinets and laminate countertops evoke that ’50s, ’60s style – slab maple doors with old-school knobs and trim, and a laminate pattern that really reflects the period style," says Chris Hemmah, pictured in his kitchen. David Samson / The Forum
Mini opera serves a sweet slice of musical theater savored by audience.
The group is marking the 50th anniversary of its debut album and will make a stop in West Fargo to celebrate.
A violin concerto that has only been performed a handful of times is a big part of the concert.