The Sukkah-Chair
Rabbi David Samson
The Sukkah-Chair
This sukkah is uniquely suited to an urban environment like New York City where space is a commodity. It will fit on small balconies, or outdoor spaces where traditional sukkah's may not fit.

The Sukkah-chair embodies the delicate interplay between the individual and the group that exists in complex urban spaces like New York City. While it serves as a self-sufficient Sukkah space for one, it can be grouped into configurations of two or more, creating community environments as well.

The radically temporary architectural display includes 18 chairs in varied formations that achieve remarkable spatial and atmospheric effects with a notable economy of means and an ingenuity of material practice.

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