SEEK AND HIDE SUKKAH
Seek & Hide Sukkah is designed to conceal and reveal the space within allowing for certain moments of interaction between the outside and inside. The variations of spacing between each fin panel allows for concealing and exposing for privacy as the Sukkah’s were built as a sheltering spaces and places for worshiping. As pedestrians walk by they see glimpses of people inside the Sukkah but the triangular angles on the panels provide privacy and protection from the outside. Its open ceiling allows for the sky and sun to illuminate the interior space.
The Sukkah is constructed on a 10 feet by 10 feet wooden base on which the 15 wooden panels are held by brackets. There are five different module panels that are repeated at certain times. Each panel serves a different connected by 2 inches wooden rods that hold each end together. The white cotton scrim allows for natural light to enter the Sukkah.
limonLAB has been selected as a finalists in the Sukkahville competition in Toronto, Canada. It will be installed at Toronto City Hall and Nathan Philips Square in September.