A defining moment in James Law's architectural career occurred in 2000 when he was invited to design of both architecture and technology of the Dickson Cyber Express Shopping Mall - the world's first Bricks and Clicks retail complex in Hong Kong. This led to James coining the term Cybertecture, to symbolize a new kind of design which merges technology and architecture as a future design that brings people Live The Future. With growing reputation, James became an active advocate in the issues of future technology and design. As a dual design concept, Cybertecture is a broadspectrum design philosophy that can be applied to an infinite number of different types of projects and scenarios. The ultimate goal is to create a better world, where endeavours, processes and events take place in spaces that introduce people to a new level of comprehension and wisdom.