Chairman & CEO, James Law Cybertecture
James Law is a nominated Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum as well as a pioneer in the new design of Cybertecture. He founded James Law Cybertecture International in 2001 to create a company to design the world of the future for the betterment of mankind through is passion for innovation, technology and sustainability in design. As an internationally renowned architect, designer and innovator, James is a council member of the World Agenda Council of the World Economic Forum and has won international awards in the field of design and innovation including the Edison Award for Innovation (Gold), International Property Award, Asian Innovation Award, Edison Award for Innovation, Design for Asia Award, CNBC World Architecture Award. James is best known for world acclaimed projects including the PAD building and the Technosphere in UAE, the Cybertecture Egg building in Mumbai, as well as the designer and inventor of the world’s first intelligent mirror – the Cybertecture Mirror.
James Law is a member of the Royal Institute of Architects; adjunct Professor at the Korean Advance Institute of Science and Technology; Board Member of the Hong Kong Design Centre; and contributor to international design policy to several governments. He has lectured and worked globally and has represented Hong Kong at international forums and gatherings including the Asia Society in New York and at the World Economic Forum.
James Law’s stated mission statement through his designs is to “Innovate the Fabric of Mankind” through Cybertecture.