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I have never actually used it as my sukka is built on cement, but you can get Campsite flooring (For example, maybe in a different color or a different option). Many of these camp mats dry quickly, allow water to drain properly, can be staked down, and shouldn't kill your grass (hopefully). Edit: Here is a link where you can actually buy the stuff. Edit ...
You could try laying pavers or other flat stones / slate over the grass or dirt, if your area is somewhat even. If it is isn't even, you may have to put gravel or a layer of soil to cover the area and smooth it down before laying the pavers. My driveway is dirt and gravel, but the majority of it is even, fortunately. I do a get a bit of ponding after a ...
Oholai Shaim 40 quoting Daas Kedoshim Yore Deiah 289:10 says that a window even if used as an entry way does not require a Mezuza. However he says that if it is made for the purpose of an entrance then it would require a Mezuza. Mikdash Me'at 15 disagrees and holds it almost never would require a Mezuza.
This article lists several laws related to both the internal placement of items as well as design of the synagogue building, itself. I am citing only those items related to the building design. Architecture: The Noda Biyhuda (tinyana, Orach Chaim 18) writes that there is no formal obligation to build the shul with four walls in correspondence with ...
A relative of mine uses plywood boards laid out on some 2x4 beams. You only have to level the beams and the floor is as good as indoors.
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