A Park Slope synagogue is getting its own design-y sukkah thanks to architects and Columbia grads Babak Bryan and Henry Grosman, whose thrush bomb sukkah was one of 12 winners in last year's Sukkah City competition in Union Square. (Which reminds us: wasn't that supposed to be an annual thing? Sniff!) Going up this Wednesday, the duo's 10-foot sukkah will have "curved, semi-transparent walls made of wooden blocks that are bolted to a steel frame," all draped in Spanish moss.
· Congregation Beth Elohim has the coolest sukkah in town [Brooklyn Daily]
· Renderings vs. Reality at Union Square's Sukkah City [Curbed]