Space Talks #018: 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.

Watch our conversation with Tony here.

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