From composition to construction.
An elegantly dressed gentleman leaned over a desk whistling a rousing tune. His secretary pondered as she served the coffee. “La Traviata, Herr Barényi,” she said as she placed the sugar bowl on the desk. Opera-guessing was one of the morning creative rituals in the office. “Yes, correct!” he smiled contentedly, striding around the desk to sit down on his chair.
His pen and pad of paper were lying ready. The man was one of the most exceptional inventors of the 20th century. More than 2500 patents originated from him. Some of them have saved thousands of lives and still set the automotive standard today.