upcoming book of gunter pauli
during the past five years, gunter pauli focused on identifying the innovations that could shift the present management model based on core business and core competence to one that introduces multiple innovations generating multiple cash flows, responding to all basic needs with what is locally available, generating jobs and building up social capital
In 1910, England’s Stephen Wraysford, a junior executive in a textile firm, is sent by his company to northern France. There he falls for Isabelle Azaire, a young and beautiful matron who abandons her abusive husband and sticks by Stephen long enough to conceive a child. Six years later, Stephen is back in France, as a British officer fighting in the trenches. Facing death, embittered by isolation, he steels himself against thoughts of love. But despite rampant disease, harrowing tunnel explosions and desperate attacks on highly fortified German positions, he manages to survive, and to meet with Isabelle again. The emotions roiled up by this meeting, however, threaten to ruin him as a soldier. Everything about this novel, which was a bestseller in England, is outsized, from its epic, if occasionally ramshackle, narrative to its gruesome and utterly convincing descriptions of battlefield horrors. Faulks (A Fool’s Alphabet) proves himself a grand storyteller here.
researching potential sponsors, manufactures, material research for building houses entirely build out of XPS. so they can float in case of rising water levels and will move in case of earthquakes, will be very energy efficient, easy to construct, etc. for more information, take a look for more detail at this
Taken away from reality in tokyo by this wonderful book. normally it takes me months to read a book but this one i absorbed quickly. every minute that was spare i used to get myself draw back to into it. stories from india with at the end a suprise and amazon has it.
build a video studio for Morgan stanley and some custom kiosks. one of them was a portable fold able clamshell type kiosk. made to be carried to exhibitions and assembled within a few minutes to create a 4 by 1.8 m kiosk. the weight was about 10kg.