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Technosphere by James Law Cybertecture

Architecture, Design | March 4, 2016 |

02Image courtesy of James Law Cybertecture

Technosphere by James Law Cybertecture

Hong Kong-based practice Cybertecture led by James Law has unveiled a mixed-used development building shaped as a glass sphere. The Technosphere building is a mixed development building in Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai.

 

03Image courtesy of James Law Cybertecture

 

The concept of this iconic building derives itself from its sheer size and volume, which in turn requires a whole new level of eco-system and design and is derived from the very nature of Planet Earth.

 

01Image courtesy of James Law Cybertecture

 

With the future in mind, and how we shall live in it, the Technosphere is designed on the principles of ‘Planetary Cybertecture’, which is a fully empowered self-sustaining eco-system within one building.

 

more. www.jameslawcybertecture.com

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