A Designed World: Students Build A 22-Foot-Tall Home For Local Bees

Posted on May 14, 2013

Students Build A 22-Foot-Tall Home For Local Bees
By Sammy Medina, fastcodesign.com

The Elevator B tower is part of a larger effort to regenerate a historic district in Buffalo.

It’s not a good time to be a bee. In the last sev­er­al years, unprece­dent­ed num­bers of hon­ey­bees have been killed off, and no one is exact­ly sur…

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Students Build A 22-Foot-Tall Home For Local Bees
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