This sukkah departs from the typical post and beam construction and instead is made up of interlocking panels. This “house of cards” reflects the fragile condition we find ourselves in when we dwell in the sukkah.
At night, it acts as a lantern in the landscape, with light penetrating the perforated wood panels. During the day, dappled sunlight plays on the interior. The perforations are in the form of the four species associated with the holiday: citron, willow, palm, and myrtle.
The panels can be put together in any order to reflect the local conditions.
Marine-grade plywood panels, cedar beams
8’w x 10’l x 9’ h