Sukkot single thread structure at the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan. The Samuel Priest Rose building 334 Amsterdam ave. at 76th st, New York, NY.
The JCC is proud to present "Single Thread," one of 12 finalists in the Sukkah City design competition that was held in Union Square on September 19th and 20th. Designed by Matter Practice in Brooklyn, this modern sukkah ("hut") was constructed by threading a single wire around intersections of a temporary bamboo scaffold.
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Happy #sukkot #sukkah image/editing/editing The Greenhouse of Ein Shemer, the large vertical farm features an algae cultivation wall that uses repurposed water bottles and a hydroponic garden full of fruits, herbs and vegetables. Designed by Israeli artist and environmentalist Avital Geva, the installation highlights the benefits of alternative farming through the celebration of shmita, the Jewish farming hiatus that forbids traditional agricultural practices in favor of resting the land for one year.