Fulton designers bring home architecture awards
How To Make an Accessory Dwelling Unit Suit You (And Make Money Doing It)
In a recent interview, Strom said his projects aren’t far from home. He designed a rec room with dormers overlooking Lake of the Isles, a Modernist wine cellar between Isles and Cedar Lake, and a 380-square-foot living space off the old trolley line near Lake Harriet.
“I feel really lucky to be able to live and work in the same place,” Strom said. “…I love having a walkable community.”
Architect innovates design service for accessory dwellings
When friends or relatives come to visit from out of town, you could quickly make up a spare bedroom or (dare it be mentioned) the couch... or you could add an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) to your property, elevating the guest experience while also impacting the property value.
They’re known as granny flats, mother-in-law apartments, even Fonzie suites for those who remember the Fonz’s digs above the Cunninghams' garage in the tv show “Happy Days.” For years, accessory dwelling units (ADUs) have been popular throughout the U.S. for homeowners needing an additional, separate living space for a relative (or family friend) adjacent to main house—and as a flexible housing option in developed urban neighborhoods.