Building on historical ground, Jean-François Milou, Singapore iMagination Week 2017, ESSEC AP

Building on historical ground, Jean-François Milou, Singapore iMagination Week 2017, ESSEC AP



iMagination Week 2017, ESSEC Business School, Asia-Pacific, “Shaping the city-state: Politics, policy and society”

On the forth day of Singapore iMagination Week 2017, Jean-François Milou, Architect, delivered a conference about his constructions on the historical National Gallery site.

The iMagination Center is dedicated to imagination, innovation and transdisciplinarity. It aims at training current and future managers to understand today’s world in motion while making them actors of the world to build for tomorrow.
iMagination Week is a seminar dedicated to imagination, creativity and transdisciplinarity. The objective is to culturally enrich the students by taking them out of their usual work habit and exposing them to experts from various disciplines like life sciences, future studies, art, technology, and sciences, among others. It is also to invite the students to envision the future and develop their creative minds by stimulating their imagination and team work capabilities.
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