The Cubism house at the Black Mother of God by architect Josef Gočár was built in the first half of the 20th century. It was named after statuette of the Madonna with black skinny and with Jesus in her arms. My main inspiration for creating the beehive design was cubism, its crystallization and multi-perspective. The whole beehive consists of a metal frame welded from L-profiles, into which are inserted wooden boxes with beehives. The box has plating on the top three sides, which serves as protection against rain. One of these sides is retractable and serves as access to the beehive. The beehives are in the last three boxes.