Space Talks #018 : Utopian Counter Culture, Eco Architecture & Conscious Living with Tony Gwilliam
Tony Gwilliam is an architect and author of Far From Boring – a book about his life and work in the fields of sustainable living and ecologically-friendly architecture. Tony worked closely with Buckminster Fuller during the 60s and 70s and became deeply involved in the utopian counterculture scene of the time – building domes, inflatable structures and exploring solutions for a higher-consciousness existence. He then went on to establish Bloo Lagoon – his very own tropical Utopia on the coast of east Bali, Indonesia.
We visited Tony at Bloo Lagoon to dive a little deeper into his philosophies around conscious living, sustainable architecture and making space for nature.
Space Available is a creative platform on a mission to build a sustainable future. Space Talks is an interview series hosted by Space Available founder and creative director Dan Mitchell, with guests that have included scientists, cultural leaders, sustainability advocates, youth activists, professional athletes, architects, designers and more. It’s a place for great minds to share their views on living in tune with Planet Earth, designed to drive a collective shift in consciousness. Universal solutions for a more balanced world.