Many architects are inspired by nature, and some look to beehives to inform their designs—with hive-shaped buildings, honeycomb motifs, and undulating walls. When the bee-shaped aliens descend upon the Earth, we will have the proper accommodations.
These traditional Syrian beehive houses, designed to keep the heat out with their mud brick walls and an oculus to move hot air away
The Mother Temple of Europe, Langenhain, Hesse, Germany, a Bahá'í temple designed by Teuto Rocholi, completed in July 1964.
The Ramot Polin apartments, designed by Zvi Hecker in Ramot Polin, East Jerusalem, built by the Ministry of Housing between 1972 and 1975
(via Nehemia G)
The Executive Wing of the New Zealand Parliament Buildings, Wellington, New Zealand, built between 1969 and 1981, designed by Sir Basil Spence.
(via Tomas Quinones)
Earth One, Eco-Dome and Emergency Village, designed by Nader Khalili from The California Institute of Earth Art and Architecture (Cal-Earth)
Here awesome similar ones, built from plastic bottles and trash:
(via Steven Holl)