Yassmin Al-Khasawneh is an Architect. She received her bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the German Jordanian University in 2012, during which she interned in Zaha Hadid architects in Hamburg. She holds a Masters of Science degree from the Integrative Technologies and Architectural Design Research (ITECH) program, University of Stuttgart. She has been involved in the system development, fabrication and construction of the ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2014-15 that merges engineering, robotics, digital manufacturing, material science and biology. Her thesis research investigates the natural phenomena of salt crystallization in its capacity as material computation for architectural structures. She is mostly interested in the realm of integrative computational design, as a tool to advance the potentials of spatial, structural, ecological, cultural and aesthetics, aspects in architecture.