james law cybertecture: egg building, mumbai
james law cybertecture: egg building, mumbai james law cybertecture: egg building, mumbai
may 29, 2008

james law cybertecture: egg building, mumbai

james law cybertecture: egg building, mumbai




according to james law / cybertecture the buildings of the future will be typified by ‘new intangible materials of technology, multimedia, intelligence and interactivity. only by recognizing this will we bring a new form of architecture to light, namely a cybertecture’.


cybertecture were commissioned by vijay associates (wadhwa developers) to create an office ‘unlike any other’ in mumbai, india. their response is this ‘egg-shaped’ building which will accommodate 13 floors of offices and is stated as bringing together ‘iconic architecture, environmental design, intelligent systems, and new engineering to create an awe-inspiring landmark in the city’. the building is due for completion by the end of 2010.

  • At first sight, I thought it was London’s [url=http://www.skanska.co.uk/upload/5092/30SMA.jpg] St. Mary Axe [/url] fallen down on its side… impressive

    Erik Stehmann says:

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