Detroit, MI (2018)
The Pollinator House serves as a multi-use honey bee and educational center and a hub for the sharing of information and understanding of honey bees. The educational center will be set within a pollination garden, supplementing the needs of the honey bees and providing a platform for ecological restoration and growth. On the ground level, a multimedia space and preparation area provide flex spaces for different methods of teaching and learning while a small honey bee farm sits just outside the curtain wall, providing an immediate connection to the entirety of the honey-making process. A loft and balcony sit above the multimedia space providing the bee keeper with living quarters in intimate proximity to the bee farm and garden.