Self-Storage Design Study: Inventive Use of Space, by Janus International

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When Christopher Zupsic of Portland-Pacific LCC, a private real estate investment firm, decided to turn an empty building in downtown San Francisco into a self-storage facility, he turned to Janus International for help in designing some very creative spaces. StoragePro of Brannon Street features a variety of unit sizes in some non-traditional ways. The facility has units as small as 3 by 3 feet and as large as 18 by 25 feet, all secured with roll-up doors.

Janus unit office***
A basic storage space was used to create an inviting office location. What a great way to show a unit in action!

Janus under stairs***  Janus from under stairs***
Space was used even under the staircase. The back of the stairs was concealed, which adds more privacy to the under-stairs units. Wire mesh above the units offers security, light and airflow.

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