Table and Benches

“Table and Benches” designed in tandem with the succahs encourage gathering. Their placement communicates not only the core ritual of eating and drinking together in these structures during the festival, but the importance of a global community engaging in meaningful discourse on issues that are fundamental to all. Mirrored metal on the tables and benches modernises this age-old tradition and invites visitors to reflect on the important questions that the Festival of Succot provokes.

William Feuerman, Dane Voorderhake and Andrea Lam are architects from Office Feuerman, a Sydney-based design and research studio.

William Feuerman is a designer, academic and writer working in Australia and the US and the Director of Office Feuerman.


Dane Voorderhake is a UTS Master of Architecture Graduate and is interested in all things digital with a focus upon algorithmic processes and advanced fabrication technologies.


Andrea Lam is currently completing her Master of Architecture at UTS.


Shalom, UNSW Sydney, NSW 2052

02 9381 4000

Office Feuerman

Studio 9A, Level 1, 94 Oxford St, Darlinghurst, NSW 2010

0408 647 547

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Succah by the Sea, an installation at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2019 | Supported by Shalom

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