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“360” Co-Founding Group Leadership / Code “130” – Annual Celebration Day: July 18
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Japan International Concept & Project Design Headquarters:
21F Shin-Marunouchi Center Building,
1-6-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005
10:00a – 5:00p M-F, closed S-S
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Introduction to the Marine Foundation's structural concept
Education, project development, and marketing through international events make us a movement of reforms where the agenda takes economic rebirth a prerequisite duty wherever it would establish. Among other systems, our educational planning revolves around 3 reforms in content: Sea Campus Universal (15000 children per school), Global University of Technology & Development, and Ocean Universal (complete maritime education). Focusing on these sectors only would help reconstruct any region or improve already developed countries' status.
We are a "peaceful" movement. We talk of peace in the substance in the look of an "olympiad philosophical concept" or a place where there can be no conflicts. For example, in the Olympic Organization, based on the disciplines of sports rules, people worldwide gather together to dispute titles for medals. Here we see that sporting rules govern nations' relations during 2 weeks of events, every 4 years. This is indeed the example of a peaceful concept, where common sense takes over, and participation requires neutralizing religious, cultural, or political backgrounds for a while.
The Marine Foundation centers its ruling in gathering its network around the values of the birth of humanity and so the birth of life itself. The undeniable truth of the reality of the mother's womb brings out our biological commonality. For that reason, our corporate ruling proclaims and demands a standard of absolute respect for life and the environment. From that understanding, our management system and ideological backgrounds must leave common sense in perfect human relations of absolute respect. Peace has a chance to flourish in the understanding that we all come from the same birthplace. The Marine Foundation is a practitioner of the rules in the context of membership and leadership communications, enticing diversities to come and work together under the banner of education and celebration. Even when it comes to cultural traditions, religions, or political parties, the one who loves and respects the most will ultimately become the champion of attraction and popularity.
5 Main Executive Central Committees:
- The 1st executive committee is mainly internal, and consists of the Board of Brand Owners made up of 360 members representing the 360 degrees of a perfect circle. Each day of the year will represent one member making it 360 days celebration. They represent as a group the core supervisory membership through actual unique ownership of the branding of the Marine Foundation.
- The 2nd executive committee is the First Ladies Club, where the leadership would represent the voice of Mother Earth as a supervisory and voting power to our educational project Development structure. This is the keyframe by which "women" become the absolute standard about birth education and the celebration of life.
- The 3rd executive committee is the diplomatic membership of the United Five Ocean's platform (U5O). U5O represents the 5 continents united into a "Club of all Nations" where diplomats mingle, representing their cultures and come together under the vicinity of the continental regions their nation belongs to. In addition, U50, or Club of all Nations, serves to support economic growth through supporting the Public Sector with information and event gathering services.
- The 4th committee is the Executive Club Assembly, which attracts successful business leaders (men or women) to unite under the honorary naval title of "Admiral" to identify and celebrate their potential to become role models of modern societies to lead the next generation to prowess through their example and presence within the Marine Foundation's platform.
- The 5th committee is the Billionaires Legacy Academia Club, which is a council for infrastructural restoration, where extremely wealthy people have a chance to gather in the discussion of megaproject development, maritime or on land, to seek the harmony of communication of our planet through transport projects such as bridges, tunnels, and an international highway concept. Marine Foundation runs uniquely under the umbrella banner of its own branding through the organizational establishment of mass membership platforms and a large event organization system. The creation of these 2 large communications sectors gives it an unparallel control over sponsorship. It will allow it to round up the entire world under large media publications and production platforms.
2 Mass Communication Platforms:
Wikinations: An educational and commercial online portal connecting 240 nations into a giant international Chamber of Commerce online via educational web design & PR concept. To that effect, it takes after the business model of Wikipedia's example who plays more the role of an encyclopedia. In contrast, "wikinations" will become a tourism information center & regional promoter, with a corporate membership within for businesses to expose their services right within the platform. Thus, not only will it become an educational tool to institutions around the world, but it will also serve as reference governments to show off their nation under the banner of attractive beauty and production media to attract investors and developers.
Global Citizens Live Association (GCLA) is a mass membership social platform that caters to any individuals but targeting mainly the family member with a zero tolerance to promiscuity and where values of respect in human communications are taken to the maximum extent of the moral ethics. GCLA becomes an automatic educational incentive as it is connected directly to "wikinations" with exposing flags into the member's dashboard instead of faces first. By flirting the cursor upon the flag image of a new contact, the member receives the immediate option to open the flag's wikinations page for a quick overlook of that person's nation. Contacts stay hidden under the flag of provenance, and opening the contacts dashboard is optional. Meaning that the member becomes more interested in showing how many flags show up on the member's dashboard than showing off faces of people who can stay categorically hidden behind their flag of provenance. The platform will become a "must" to learn geography and culture rapidly through real-time communication between members. Reaching a full dashboard of 240 flags would mean that a person has friends all over the world while becoming familiar with the existence of 240 nations.
One Mega Event Organization Platform
The worldwide network of the Marine Foundation (MARINEF- ADN) has the unique privilege to connect to an entire event organization divided into Festivals, Symposiums, Exhibits, and Sports. The design of 50 international annual events is set to help promote quality tourism to benefit economically any region where the foundation is established. Events are also good media to promote the causes of projects and programs' involvement with information media distributed continuously and sustainably. The event opportunities will also affect supporting areas with promotional tools to attract investment and developments to places that need exposure to the world.
Henri Gueydan’s Work
Publication and Presentation
Mon expérience japonaise est une volonté d’explorer une autre culture où le paysage est au centre. L’espace y est fragile et transitoire rendant la ville instantanée où les choses se mettent en place comme le résultat d’un processus inconnu.
Ici, chaque génération refait sa ville selon des préoccupations plus urgentes que de savoir si la ville est “belle”. Les urgences dépassent la réflexion. La réflexion dépassée fait-elle confiance au hasard?
La ville semble être le fruit du hasard selon les contraintes supérieures. Les contraintes obligent à ne plus faire abstraction du Tout mais à composer avec lui. Les maisons sont alors plutôt “élastiques” pour se plier au Tout. La paroi est fragile selon une autre idée du rationnel. Entre intérieur et extérieur, solidité et fragilité, l’espace, plus ambigue, est moins cerné. Par la force des choses, les maisons semblent plus enfouies dans le cosmos par leurs limites diluées? Les mélanges suscitent plus l’infini même dans l’exiguité,… jusqu’à l’éternité d’un paysage infime.
La logique rationnelle a alors moins de sens que le silence ou le vide, les sens eux mêmes sont les vrais repères d’une âme qui, pour se protéger, s’identifie au Tout. Le paysage semble alors avoir toujours été la référence. Il y a les montagnes, les nuages, le vent, le ciel rouge… L’âme de l’homme n’a t-elle pas une parentée avec les éléments, comme si l’architecture devait non seulement abriter mais faire se répandre les âmes comme de l’eau dans les rivages?
Il y a l’aspect caché des êtres, les secrets des âmes dont l’architecture explore les mystères. L’architecte construit aussi pour l’impalpable afin de rendre le quotidien précieux. La dimension cachée de l’architecture donne au silence sa vocation. Les formes adoucissent ou relèvent, elles orientent, aggrandissent le lointain, la luminosité. Elles donnent le rythme d’une échappée pour atteindre un ailleurs ou l’apesanteur est autre.
Des perspectives pointent ce que l’on a jamais pensé, des courbes, des droites, une vue transporte dans un autre “paysage” fluide et léger. Les choses se mettent en place dans le droit fil des lieux pour les accomplir. Comme si l’architecte se mettait à la place des lieux pour savoir comment recevoir les âmes. Or, il est dit que les âmes se nourissent de faim. Ne faut il pas donner faim aux âmes dans des endroits surprenants mais inévitables, car c’est la découverte qui rend heureux.
Message from Henri Gueydan (ENGLISH)
The architect takes care of a tiny part of the cosmos. The place, the ideas, the choices, there is a genesis in all constructions with its secrets. The design dreams the construction, the building reveals it in the landscape, the reality in broad daylight shades the daily life, the culture feeds on it day after day.
My Japanese experience is a desire to explore another culture where the landscape is at the center. The space there is fragile and transitory making the city instantaneous where things fall into place as the result of an unknown process.
Here, each generation remakes its city according to more pressing concerns than whether the city is “beautiful”. Emergencies go beyond reflection. Does outdated thinking trust chance?
The city seems to be the result of chance according to the higher constraints. The constraints force us to no longer disregard the Whole but to come to terms with it. The houses are then rather “elastic” to bend to the Whole. The wall is fragile according to another idea of the rational. Between interior and exterior, solidity and fragility, the space, more ambiguous, is less surrounded. By force of circumstances, the houses seem more buried in the cosmos by their diluted limits? The mixtures arouse more infinity even in the smallness, … until the eternity of a tiny landscape.
Rational logic then has less meaning than silence or emptiness, the senses themselves are the true landmarks of a soul which, in order to protect itself, identifies with the Whole. The landscape then seems to have always been the benchmark. There are the mountains, the clouds, the wind, the red sky … Doesn’t the soul of man have a kinship with the elements, as if architecture should not only shelter but be to pour souls like water on the shores?
There is the hidden aspect of beings, the secrets of souls whose architecture explores the mysteries. The architect also builds for the intangible in order to make everyday life precious. The hidden dimension of architecture gives silence its vocation. The forms soften or raise, they orient, enlarge the distance, the luminosity. They give the rhythm of an escape to reach an elsewhere where weightlessness is different.
Perspectives point out what we have never thought of, curves, straight lines, a view transporting into another fluid and light “landscape”. Things are set up in line with the places to accomplish them. As if the architect were putting himself in the place of the place to know how to receive souls. Now it is said that souls feed on hunger. We must not make souls hungry in surprising but inevitable places, because it is discovery that makes people happy.