Open Boundaries
Irit Axelrod
Open Boundaries
Two-dimensional composition framing a three-dimensional open-air structure in which the components have minimal structural contact.

Clear and light, virtually floating - a fleeting enclosure with a temporary life-span of one week - elements designed to be disassembled and reconstituted for the next holiday in a different configuration.

Open boundaries, indoor/outdoor undefined, allowing dynamic interactions. Composed of frames and surfaces overlapping each other and inconsistently related, yet honoring the sukka rules.

Translucent acrylic panel walls supporting the airy feeling, while a ‘fabric’-like pattern in the acrylic substantiates defines the volume of the space.

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