Compared to pretty much every single other personal-use beehive unit, this thing is an absolute step in the right direction. It's actually so well designed that the aesthetics alone almost make it worth having a literal swarm of bees in your home, apartment or garage at all times. The design attaches to your window, the hive on the inside and a white front piece with a flower pot on the outside. The flower attracts them, while a small tube allows the bees to crawl inside the man-made hive. The upside-down teardrop already holds honeycomb frames for the insects to build their cells on, just like other colony kits.
When you're ready for some honey, all you have to do is pull on the bottom of the hive where a smoke actuator helps keep the bees calm while you collect the golden elixir from their home. If/When this urban beehive gets released, I can see tea sales going through the roof to accommodate all the extra honey we're all going to have.