Sukkah is one of the oldest building types to have a design and construction carefully regulated by scripture and the Talmud. This temporary buildings symbolize the memory of 40-year exile of biblical Jews but also the willingness to go on.
My Sukkah proposal form itself is transitional and transcendent. It was very important to me to create the most flexible form which allow to put it in many non-conventional placement. I also wanted to create form which will be very mobile- shape of sphere. Inside movement (walking and pushing one of the wall) allows to move sukkah to other place.
My sukkah proposal is built from properly composed zip ties. Used zip ties are made from poly(lactic acid) from corn starch. Cause used material we create form without boundries between an inside and outdoor world but we don’t sacrificing the intimacy and privacy.
In inside there is a folding table and many felt puff-chair in which you can keep sleeping bag.