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Gallery: Musician/producer Jeff Arundel's house, a single-family home in downtown Minneapolis, has a gated courtyard and distinctive details throughout.
Gallery: Jeff Arundel in his home studio, where he has recorded multiple albums, both his own and those of other musicians.
Gallery: The staircase in the front entry of Arundel's unique home.
Gallery: Arundel collaborated with artist Paul Tierney on the home's features, including a walnut and metal stairway to the rooftop deck.
Gallery: The home's main "gathering area" is filled with vintage lighting and furniture.
Gallery: The rooftop deck at Arundel's overlooks the Metrodome and has views of the downtown skyline.
Gallery: The kitchen is finished with walnut, copper and stained concrete.
Gallery: Another view of the main "gathering area."
Gallery: The master bedroom features exposed-brick walls and a unique copper-clad fireplace.
Gallery: Master bedroom fireplace.
Gallery: Arundel filled the space with custom details.
Gallery: Wood carvings evoke the Washburn water tower in Minneapolis' Tangletown neighborhood.
Gallery: The main "gathering area" features a unique stone fireplace.
Gallery: Interior stair detail.
Gallery: The hall leading to the master bedroom features a barrel-vaulted ceiling clad in panels of rusted steel.
Gallery: Interior door detail.
Gallery: Arundel in his home recording studio.
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