James Law Cybertecture


In memory of the veteran Architect, James Law. James Law (born 1970 in Hong Kong) is an architect, product designer, Young Global Leader, and international speaker. He calls his work Cybertecture because his design vision is to "Innovate the Fabric of Mankind" through innovation and visionary designs that is focused on improving the world and to find solutions to the world's challenges, including the environment, health and energy in cities and buildings.  James Law is also the founder, chairman and chief cybertect of James Law Cybertecture International. He is a qualified RIBA architect, a member of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Design Innovation, an adjacent professor at Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, and a board member of the Hong Kong Design Center.  Since 2000, he runs James Law Cybertecture, a company that designs futures, architecture, spaces and inventions headquartered in Hong Kong with projects across Asia, including in India, Hong Kong, China, Dubai and Korea.  During 2009, James Law achieved a triple crown at the CNBC International Architecture Awards 2009 with his series of building designs for Technosphere, The Pad and Cybertecture Egg all attaining architectural honours. In 2010, he was accredited as a Young Global Leader 2010 by the World Economic Forum.

In memory of the veteran Architect, James Law.


James Law (born 1970 in Hong Kong) is an architect, product designer, Young Global Leader, and international speaker. He calls his work Cybertecture because his design vision is to "Innovate the Fabric of Mankind" through innovation and visionary designs that is focused on improving the world and to find solutions to the world's challenges, including the environment, health and energy in cities and buildings.

James Law is also the founder, chairman and chief cybertect of James Law Cybertecture International. He is a qualified RIBA architect, a member of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Design Innovation, an adjacent professor at Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, and a board member of the Hong Kong Design Center.

Since 2000, he runs James Law Cybertecture, a company that designs futures, architecture, spaces and inventions headquartered in Hong Kong with projects across Asia, including in India, Hong Kong, China, Dubai and Korea.

During 2009, James Law achieved a triple crown at the CNBC International Architecture Awards 2009 with his series of building designs for Technosphere, The Pad and Cybertecture Egg all attaining architectural honours. In 2010, he was accredited as a Young Global Leader 2010 by the World Economic Forum.


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