Sukkahville Has Been Getting Some Great Press Coverage!

Sukkahville 2015

 

Ryerson Folio – September 30 2015

SHELTER OF FOUR: RYERSON ARCHITECTURE TEAM REIMAGINES THE SUKKAH

Tablet – September 25, 2015

Re-Imagining the Sukkah

Mashu! Mashu! – September 12, 2015

A Modern Twist On The Biblical Sukkah, Brings A New Dimension To Public Art

Bustler – August 14, 2015

Sukkahville 2015 winners to be exhibited in Toronto next month

Bustler – August 14, 2015

A closer look into ROOTS from Sukkahville 2015

Globe and Mail – August 13, 2015

Sukkahville: In search of the perfect shelter

Sukkahville 2014

ARCH Daily

NJIT Graduates Create A Biodegradable Pavilion For Sukkahville 2014

Globe and Mail – October 3 2014

Contest to build a kosher hut attracts entrants from far and wide

Montgomery Sisam – June 23 2014

The Sukkahville 2014 Design Competition is underway

Bustler – May 23 2014

Sukkahville 2014

Sukkahville 2013

Canadian Architect – September 11 2013

Tradition and transformation converge at Sukkahville’s pop-up design exhibition

The University of Toronto – July 22 2013
Daniels students and alumnus chosen as finalists in Sukkahville 2013 design competition

Canadian Architect – Apr 10 2013

Sukkahville 2013 Design Competition

Parametric Design – Nov 4 2013

University of Nicosia Department of Architecture [ARC] Team Wins 1st Prize at Sukkahville 2013 International Design Competition

Snap Nort York

Sukkahville 2013

Shalom Life – Sep 25 2013

Team from Cyprus Takes 1st Prize at Sukkahville 2013

Sukkahville 2012

The Globe and Mail – Sept 27 2012
Sukkot sparks architectural ingenuity

Torontoist – Sept 27 2012

Sukkahville Brings Pop-Up Architecture With a Traditional Twist

Huffington Post – Aug 22 2012

Sukkahville has Designs on Affordable Housing

Huffington Post – Sept 12 2012

This Woman Sees Big Possibilities in Small Spaces

Huffington Post – Sept 13 2012

Sukkahville 2012 – Architects for Change

Huffington Post – Sept 14 2012

Welcome to Sukkahville

The Toronto Star – Sept 7 2012

Sukkahville: Tiny but creative shelters point to affordable  housing issues