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Among the finalists is "7 Cabins," a project by Lebanese architect and designer Jean Bou Doumit.Bou Doumit was inspired to collaborate with the afflicted in his project.After AbbVie chose the patients, Bou Doumit worked with them for two months. Patient confidentiality makes it impossible to identify Bou Doumit's collaborators, but all are 20-66 years of age. Bou Doumit shot a documentary about the making of his project, which will also be screened Friday evening during the private debut.This isn't Bou Doumit's first semi-public intervention. A few years back, he worked with prisoners from Roumieh Prison on a project that combined art, design and therapy. Bou Doumit said that working with the seven patients in constructing these cabins was a highly emotional experience.
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