Beewax Skyscraper

PrizeHonorable Mention in Architectural Design / Conceptual Architecture
University/SchoolNational Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Lead ArchitectChien-Ching Su

Insects, accounting for 80% of animal life on Earth, are the most diverse and largest group on Earth. However, both their diversities and numbers are declining due to habitat loss, pollution, and climate change. Without effective conservation measures, not only food shortage becomes serious because lots of pollinators disappear, but the whole ecological balance on the planet will break. The main goals of the project are to conserve insects’ diversity and restore their population. With artificial frameworks and the help of bees, the high-rise structure will be built as an insect habitat.