Honeycomb sukkah is a sukkah (a structure built for the Jewish festival of Sukkot) that takes inspiration from geometry and nature. The geometry draws from the Star of David; the hexagon in the centre of the star is the inspiration for the structure of the sukkah. Images of ‘mysterious’ blue honey found in honeycomb in France in 2012 (resulting from a nearby M& M factory) inform the random arrangement of the Stars of David within each hexagon. The individual components could all be prefabricated off site out of plywood and dowels. Grasses form the 'schach' (material used to cover a sukkah, supposed to come out of the ground) covering the roof and and also forming the third wall.