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Take a glimpse at how the renowned cyberarchitect James Law was able to grasp the hidden opportunities of tech, and to completely revolutionize the world of architecture.
Take a glimpse at how the renowned cyber architect James Law was able to grasp the hidden opportunities of tech and to completely revolutionize the world of architecture.
This interview was conducted and recorded as part of the Future of Leadership Initiative. A recording of this conversation can be found here
By combining technology, law and considering social impact, James Law has become a true pioneer of hyper modern architecture. James could be described as an architect, technologist and entrepreneur. He founded the architecture and space design first James Law Cybertecture, the future investment firm Cybertecture X, the design education institution Cybertecture Academy and the social innovation NGO Cybertecture For Humanity.
James Law is perhaps best known for creating the philosophy of Cybertecture, of developing the idea of creating a better world by harnessing the power of technology. Over the years his multiple companies have picked up a wide range of international awards, including: The FT Asian Innovation Award, the Edison Award for Innovation, the Design for Asia Award, and the HSBC World Architecture Award.
James is also a Justice of the Peace, a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, a Council Member on the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Design & Innovation and a Board Member of the Hong Kong Design Centre.
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