Designed as an inhabitable beehive, this small building provides a location for Bee Way Honey Pollination to sell honey, wax, propolis, and other products in a small footprint with a big visual impact.
A hexagonal wall framed with 2x4s captures one’s attention, while polycarbonate panels behind it allow for a warm glow from the interior while obscuring direct views in for the majority of the small structure.
The owner asked us to create a small space to sell honey, wax, propolis, and other products that are the byproducts of their pollination business. The structure was to directly reflect its use.
Architects: Ment Architecture LLC
Other Participants: Solomon Berg, Adam Lawler
Photographer: Timothy Niou