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Architecture Center Houston presents "Architecture of Bees" opening reception

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Photo courtesy of Yannick Wegner

The "Architecture of Bees," curated by architect and beekeeper Wendy Heger, AIA, is an immersive educational visual arts exhibition that brings together designers, architects, naturalists, and beekeepers to illustrate the importance and influence of bees in human design and construction.

Exhibition highlights include a human-scale Bee Space, enabling visitors to walk into and experience the spatial dimensions of a beehive; a celebration of the hexagon, highlighting examples of contemporary architecture employing the hexagon as key construction and design component., and more.

The "Architecture of Bees" is accompanied by several public programs including bee keeping courses and pollinator walks in collaboration with Buffalo Bayou Partnership; a Biophilia and Bees lecture; and a beehive-inspired architectural workshop for kids.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until August 26.

The "Architecture of Bees," curated by architect and beekeeper Wendy Heger, AIA, is an immersive educational visual arts exhibition that brings together designers, architects, naturalists, and beekeepers to illustrate the importance and influence of bees in human design and construction.

Exhibition highlights include a human-scale Bee Space, enabling visitors to walk into and experience the spatial dimensions of a beehive; a celebration of the hexagon, highlighting examples of contemporary architecture employing the hexagon as key construction and design component., and more.

The "Architecture of Bees" is accompanied by several public programs including bee keeping courses and pollinator walks in collaboration with Buffalo Bayou Partnership; a Biophilia and Bees lecture; and a beehive-inspired architectural workshop for kids.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until August 26.

The "Architecture of Bees," curated by architect and beekeeper Wendy Heger, AIA, is an immersive educational visual arts exhibition that brings together designers, architects, naturalists, and beekeepers to illustrate the importance and influence of bees in human design and construction.

Exhibition highlights include a human-scale Bee Space, enabling visitors to walk into and experience the spatial dimensions of a beehive; a celebration of the hexagon, highlighting examples of contemporary architecture employing the hexagon as key construction and design component., and more.

The "Architecture of Bees" is accompanied by several public programs including bee keeping courses and pollinator walks in collaboration with Buffalo Bayou Partnership; a Biophilia and Bees lecture; and a beehive-inspired architectural workshop for kids.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until August 26.

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Architecture Center Houston
902 Commerce St
Houston, TX 77002
https://aiahouston.org/v/event-detail/The-Architecture-of-Bees/20q/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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