Apartment buildings and the general architecture of them can get a little bit redundant– but when there are contests involved, entrants will start to think outside of the box; and in this case into the honeycomb. Honeycomb Apartments are located in Slovenia, and believe it or not, they were created for low-income families.
Built out in 2006 by OFIS Architects, the Slovenia Housing Fund put up the 30 apartments that range in size and room number. Some spaces also have a great sustainable balcony that helps to shield from the humid climate when needed. The perforated side partitions allow cool air to flow through and ventilate the space.