Urban Bee Scene is Buzzing

What is known as a congested district board shaped hive, originally designed by the abbots of 23 Merchant’s Quay, Dublin, in 1884, has a heavy gabled roof and overlapping top to cope with a wet and windy climate. Its strip-lapped timbers are reminiscent of homes in the Hamptons.

Read more in this Irish Times article

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