Tony Gwilliam is
interested in the visible and invisible from micro
to macro universes and the means by which
architecture can put us in touch with the whole.
Projects including: Master planning of Future Cities.
1977 design and construction of 50 feet diameter
Biosphere dome dwelling with integrated water
collection, purification and recycling, solar energy
collection, storage and use, and in house food
production. Designer of schools and villages in
Mexico. Paper on Evolution of Human Settlement
published in Ekistics. Designed and built MANTAINER
- a system of modular living spaces. President and
founder of Tensegrity International Inc. - a company
dedicated to doing more with less, exploring
universal energy patterns and replicating them at a
building scale. These strong and elegant structures
are now being marketed throughout the United States.
He also worked extensively with Buckminster Fuller.