The Jewish holiday of Sukkot is a time to celebrate the harvest season.
Traditionally, during this seven day period, families build temporary dwellings to commemorate the time of wandering that the Jews endured for 40 years, after their Exodus from Egypt.
Often times sukkahs are decorated using food that is harvested in Israel during this time.
Every year NYC holds an art and architecture competition called Sukkah City in Union Square Park. The winning entry will stand in the park over the seven days.
These are photos of three of the twelve finalist
These last two did not make it to the finals but I like them.
The Amber Clouds project is made using beeswax and envisions protecting its inhabitants in an ethereal glow, emanating from 4-1/2 beeswax walls-
I would imagine it would smell amazing and I love the concept.
The last one is along the lines of what I think most sukkahs look like.