Sukkah City STL installed on Danforth Campus

Cutting-edge architectural projects on view through Oct. 22

Ten cutting-edge Sukkahs by architects and designers from around the nation were installed on the Danforth Campus Oct. 17, just south of the Ann W. Olin Women’s Building. The projects, which remain on view through Saturday, Oct. 22, are winners of Sukkah City STL, an ambitious contemporary design competition that challenged participants to reimagine the traditional Jewish Sukkah — a small, temporary structure erected each fall during the weeklong festival of Sukkot — through the lens of contemporary art and architecture. The competition was sponsored by St. Louis Hillel, the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts and The Museum of ImaJewnation.