Designed by John Heida, “Collective Harvest” is a shelter centered around the idea of public interaction. Collective Harvest is one of the proposed designs for the Sukkah City design competition. Just like the usual public shelter, it will provide you with shade and seating, but besides this, it is more of an interactive unit. Re-imaging the ancient phenomenon, Collective Harvest lets the public interact by manipulating its aesthetic, opacity and content. It is also a blessing for homeless people, as it gives shelter to them. The best part is that it is made using readily available and economical materials like the skin of hemp rope and clothes pins. Just using two steel fence posts, it stands erect to welcome you to sit and relax on small plywood wall supports.