'Cybertecture' Phenomenon Hitting Dubai in 2010

March 28 2008 / by Marisa Vitols / In association with Future Blogger.net
Category: Culture   Year: 2010   Rating: 7

One of the richest cities in the world, it’s no wonder architectural innovation is blossoming in Dubai. The latest of which is the Pixel Tower – a new-age, champagne-inspired state of the art residential building for the hip and filthy rich. Designed by James Law of James Law Cybertecture International, this 18-story beauty sits on Dubai’s waterfront and is designed specifically with sun exposure and seaside-viewing maximization in mind.

Not only an architectural sight to behold, Pixel Tower is also fully equipped the technology their target clientele is after. With security cameras that can be read from cell phones and PDAs and the ability to control one’s apartment remotely, its first residents will feel light-years ahead of any average young and trendy apartment dweller situated most anywhere else.

Check out more pictures of this architectural phenomenon scheduled for completion in 2010 below the fold. It is indeed, as Law put it, a “forerunner of building towards future living that embodies great design, efficiency, style and technology.”


(via Inhabitat)

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  1. The future is looking cooler and cooler with every new design.

    Posted by: Alvis Brigis   March 28, 2008
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