ABRE ETTEH  Hallel  

2018

Hallel is a Sukkah created for Sukkah X as part of Detroit Month of Design in 2018. A Sukkah is a temporary structure that gives thanks for the fall harvest and commemorates the exodus from Egypt. It is the centerpiece of the eight day Jewish holiday of Sukkot. 300 milled cedar tiles hung from the ceiling inside sway in the breeze that permeates the open structure, which was inspired by the shaded canopy of a tree -- a space that is open yet sheltered. Read more about Hallel on Abre Etteh's website.

IGNITION ARTS FABRICATION SCOPE

project management, design development, CNC milling, finish, installation

MATERIALS & DIMENSIONS

Plywood, cedar, paint

8 ft x 8 ft x 8 ft

LOCATION & CLIENT

Sukkah X, Detroit Month of Design, Detroit, MI

Downtown Synagogue of Detroit

PHOTO CREDIT

Abre Etteh

 
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