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Photo courtesy of UB.

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  • 

From one success to another, help UB’s Elevator B project win the Architizer A+ Popular Choice Award.

According to the University at Buffalo, The project is also a candidate for an Architizer A+ Jury Award, which is decided by a panel of judges drawn from a pool of luminaries that includes renowned architects, architecture critics from media outlets like the New York Times, and the curators and founders of institutions like the Museum of Modern Art and Architecture for Humanity.”

Here’s a look inside the hive. (Photo courtesy of UB)
ELevator B

The winners for the award will be chosen on March 16, with a celebration to follow on March 19.

In a news release from UB, the students involved in the project are excited about the feedback from their work.

For Elevator B to have such a successful occupation by the bees is very exciting and the design team is thrilled over the support we have received to date. We hope the city and region will show their support once again and vote for Elevator B,” said design team member Courtney Creenan on behalf of the entire team.

From now until March 8, members of the public can vote for Elevator B to receive an Architizer A+ Popular Choice Award here.

Take a look at the video below for a full explanation on the project and how it came to BEE.

Photo courtesy of UB.

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