5100 Yonge St. at subway
Public Display of winning designs on the eve of the holiday of Sukkot. A re-imagining of “the traditional notion of Sukkah, with a contemporary design language and approach… A sukkah is a temporary structure constructed for use annually during the week-long Jewish festival of Sukkot. It is described in Leviticus as a symbolic wilderness shelter, symbolizing the frailty and transience of life. — Kehilla Residential Programme website.