This work is a brief architectural study between man, his environment and nature. The perpetual paradox of the habitat is that its ultimate goal is to shield and subtract man from nature. While one part of our inner self is drawn to nature, the other half looks for the psychological relief of shelter and dwelling. This duality is observed and resolved in the hexagram sukkah. With a heavily angular and intrepid geometrical hand, the design refers the works of the mind and celebrates the spirit of invention of man.