Chairman and Chief Cybertect
James Law Cybertecture International
James Law is the visionary founder of James Law Cybertecture International, dedicated to blend cyber technology within modern architecture since 2001. Law coined the term “Cybertecture” as a fusion of network connectivity, software applications and hardware capacity for a given built environment. The global scope of Cybertecture is paving the way for people to live the future, as it has successfully reached UAE, Hong Kong, China, India and Korea. Graduated with a degree in architecture from University College London in 1992, Law consolidated his knowledge at prestigious Japanese architect firm Itsuko Hasegawa in 1994 and became Director at world renowned design firm Gensler International in 1997. In reward for Law's contribution, he became a Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and achieved the Royal Institute of Architects Award 2003, Asian Innovation Awards 2004, CNBC International Property Awards 2007, and CNBC International Architecture Awards 2009. To enlighten peers of his time, Law is an adjacent professor in KAIST Korea and authored “Cybertecture Now: James Law Cybertecture” published in 2010.