Location: Dallas Museum of Biblical Art, Texas
Program: a temporary structure during the Jewish festival of Sukkot
Client: The Texas Jewish Arts Association (TJAA)
International competition / Research
Awards: Alternate
Team: Ji-Hwan Park & Blake Pettus

While building a Sukkah is an annual Jewish ritual, it embodies many universal themes related to the nature of dwelling: new/old, open/closed, temporary/permanent. The challenge is to explore what a contemporary Sukkah can be reflecting ancient teachings while exhibiting a concept of space and place which is both modern and rooted.