The Rise of the Rose Hive
What is a Rose hive? Never heard of it? It is a new development in hive-management. Rose Hives are basically he same as the hives your Joe Average bee keeper uses, except instead of having two different size boxes (one for brood-rearing and one for supers), there is just one size box which can be used for either brood or honey.
The big benefit here is that you allow for rapid brood expansion. There is no queen excluder in this set-up. That means the queen can lay as many eggs as she can. As you check the box, and the brood chamber is expanding, you simply insert a new, empty box between the brood chamber boxes and the honey producing supers.
Check out a more through explanation here.