A Sukkah is an ancient temporary structure, biblical in origin, that is traditionally erected for one week to commemorate the holiday of Sukkot, celebrating the autumnal harvest and remembering the dwellings of the Israelites during their exodus from Egypt. It is customary within the impermanent Sukkah walls, to share meals, entertain, sleep and rejoice. Tethering is a contemporary interpretation of a sukkah developed for Sukkah City Austin 2012.

This Project is a collaboration of Bart Shaw Architect and Norman Ward Architect.