Shalom

Shalom, UNSW Sydney, NSW 2052

02 9381 4000

succah@shalom.edu.au

www.shalom.edu.au

Office Feuerman

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

0408 647 547

info@officefeuerman.com

www.officefeuerman.com

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

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“Dune,” creates an open home by providing temporary protection from wind and sun.

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Dune

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“Inside-Out Succah” faces outwards, initiating conversation in an inclusive community setting.

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Inside-Out Succah

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Environmentalism is key to the design process of “Supersuccah”, using an algorithim to ensure...

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Supersuccah

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“Sandstone” considers ideas of permanence with the heaviness of stone that is exposed to the corrosion of the elements.

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Sandstone

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“Monolitus Domum” sensitively focuses our attention on the fragility of our natural environment through a singular view to the sky.

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Monolitus Domum

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“A Portable Territory,” with its lightweight and movable structure, fosters interaction in a globalised world.

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A Portable Territory

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“Table and benches” designed in tandem with the succahs encourage gathering.

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Table and Benches

 

Meet the Directors

The installation was developed by Shalom, a Sydney Jewish cultural organisation and inspired by Reboot’s New York project SukkahCity.

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Shalom

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Artistic Directors Office Feuerman, a Sydney-based design and research studio, have selected six emerging architecture practices to re-examine the succah for...

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Office Feuerman

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Sculpture by the Sea is the world’s largest free to the public sculpture exhibition from Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach along the coastal walk.

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Sculpture by the Sea

 

Learn about a succah

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