University of Sheffield Environmental Research Centre that located in Sheffield, United Kingdom, was designed by Bond Bryan Architects. University of Sheffield will study the behaviour of plants and social insects, such as ants and bees. The building, designed by Bond Bryan Architects, will include several ‘bee holes’ built into the exterior walls to allow bees to fly into and out of the facility from nearby hives. The single-storey research facility will be built in woodland off Northumberland Road and will cover 630 square metres. The adjoining greenhouse, which will be an integral part of the University’s Department of Animal and Plant Sciences will cover a further 650 square metres.