Urban beehive concept

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  1. Ace Convoy

    Ace Convoy Well-Known Member

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    Not a bad idea, anything to help the bee population right about now is a real good thing.
     
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    I love the idea of an urban apiary, though I wonder if air quality, electronic signals, and the lack of vegetation would allow a hive to thrive.

    Also, while I like the sleekness of the design, I think it loses out on some functionality, especially in terms of removing the honeycomb easily and how the comb placement will interact with the hive. This is stuff that could probably be addressed through some simple iterative design though.
     

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