Building, deconstructing and then storing away your succah can be a laborious process. But Dani Epstein, a designer from Manchester, thinks he may have found the answer, with this cutting-edge creation.
Designed as a geodesic dome, the structure took 20 hours to complete, using tubes which Mr Epstein printed on his 3D printer. It can be dissembled and stored away with relative ease.
Mr Epstein is now planning to release a DIY version in time for next year's Succot, which will use snap-fit connectors to build the entire structure within two hours, no screwdriver needed.