Marlon Blackwell's Moore Honey House Doubles as a Car Park

By: Bianca Bartz - Published: Jul 2, 2009 • References: blog.sub-studio &
This elevated forest shed is a honey house created by Marlon Blackwell. Most fascinating is that this piece of architecture was constructed in only three weeks.

The Moore Honey House, in addition to being a place to make and store honey, plays the dual role of being a car port.

From a design perspective, the Moore Honey House fabulously resembles a real beehive, what with its situation in the woods and the honeycomb-like shelves against the tall glass windows. Stats for Elevated Beehouses Trending: Older & Mild
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