James Law JP, is an architect, technologist and entrepreneur. Renown for creating the philosophy of Cybertecture in which a better world is designed with technology to alleviate suffering for mankind, his company's projects cover buildings, spaces, technologies, education and social design.
James is a Justice of the Peace, Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum; a Council Member of World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Design & Innovation; Board Member of the Hong Kong Design Centre, Board Adviser of the Hong Kong Designers Association, and Member of Hong Kong Trade Development Council Real Estate Advisory Board.
James is the founder of architecture, interior, technology design firm - James Law Cybertecture; transitional housing and homeless shelter – homeD; laboratory for future research firm - Cybertecture X; design education institution - Cybertecture Academy, and charity - Cybertecture For Humanity Horatio Law Foundation.
James and his companies are winners of multiple international awards including the FT Asian Innovation Award, Edison Award for Innovation, Design for Asia Award, HSBC World Architecture Award, and is the recipient of Asian Arab Award 2019.
James Law is the architect of the OPod Concrete Tube Housing designed to alleviate the affordability of housing around the world; The Pad Tower - the world's first Apple iPod inspired programmable building in Dubai; and the architecture for the futuristic high speed transportation system called The Hyperloop.
James received his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from Bartlett School of Architecture at University College London and is a chartered architect of Royal Institute of British Architects, Architects Registration Board UK, Hong Kong Institute of Architects, Architects Registration Board Hong Kong and The American Institute of Architects.
James has a passion for art, social innovation and travel. He resides in Hong Kong, London and Dubai with his family.