Find out how business and opinion leaders view agility and how it shapes culture, work processes and methods, and states of mind.

An architect is not a kind of omniscient deity designing the world. An architect is instead an orchestra conductor working within a wide variety of constraints, including regulatory, technical, financial and aesthetic rules and requirements, to produce harmony. The key to the work of the architect is agility – the ability to adapt to these parameters. This is the vision propounded by Arthur Mamou-Mani, a young French architect working in London, the global city that fosters enterprise by encouraging a bold approach and self-confidence.

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