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Designhaus thrives on self-storage architecture because we are self-storage architects. Below you will see various projects currently being designed or are under construction.

Designhaus is a self-storage industry expert. We focus on the following types of self-storage architecture:

  • Climate Controlled
  • Adaptive Reuse
  • Building Conversion
  • Mixed-Use
  • Drive-Up or Non-Climate Controlled

The self-storage industry has been on the rise for several years, Michael Scanlon, Jr., former President and CEO of the Self Storage Association for the US, stated that self-storage companies amassed $27.2 billion in gross operating incomes.


See examples of work that is currently being designed, under construction, or completed.

Climate controlled self-storage

A clean and secure climate-controlled facility for your clients’ peace of mind.


Drive-up self-storage complex for ease of loading and unloading.

Storage Pros self-storage architects

The 100,000 SF building was converted from a one-story retail “Big-Box”, to a two-level climate controlled storage facility (doubling its rentable area) with the interior, drive-through loading. Other interior features are a business center and a tenant space for a complimentary use, such as truck rental.

Climate-controlled self-storage interior with an elevator

Complex with additional, underground climate-controlled storage.

Multi-story 103,000 GSF climate-controlled self-storage facility.

Multi-building Personal Inventory Centersm.

3-story 104,192 GSF climate-controlled self-storage with a ground floor parking deck and 1,100 SF office space. Also includes rooftop access for event space.

Self-storage building design in daylight

4-story +/-106,000 GSF climate-controlled self-storage building with approximately 6,300 GSF of retail space.

Self-storage building design during nighttime

5-story 85,620 GSF climate-controlled self-storage facility.

The facility features drive-up self-storage units and climate-controlled units.

Begin your self-storage project today!