Abeer Seikaly is an artist, architect and cultural producer. To express architecture as a social technology & cultural practice, Abeer’s work seeks to investigate the spaces in which society and individuals interact, as sites of new collaborative processes and models towards communal well-being. In 2013, Abeer won the Lexus Design Award for her work “Weaving a Home” an ongoing development of performative structural fabric systems, exploring the social implications of creating homes for displaced communities. In co-directing Amman Design Week, Abeer helped in providing active learning opportunities to a wide audience with the underlying mission to foster a culture of design-thinking and collaboration in Jordan. Abeer’s Architectural and Design Practice is where she crafts objects and spaces in response to the need for communal well-being.