Come get inspired on how we can inhabit the Earth in a sustainable, regenerative, sacred and beautiful way. Share your dreams and ideas in this collaborative workshop to synergize this vision.
We will review an overview of visionary architecture and city designs that are in harmony with the Earth’s eco systems to create a sustainable world of sacred beauty. Starting with Buckminister Fuller and covering many of the great designers and thinkers of the 20th century, it culminates with an original synthesis of all these into a design process called "Terraquaforming” - integrating earth and water into dense regenerative living ecosystems for human habitation to exist in harmony with all life and the planet.
Harlan Emil Gruber merges his interests in art, design, and science into a unique body of work. After studying physics at Emory University and electrical engineering at Georgia Tech, he received a degree in Environmental Design from Parsons School of Design in 1985. He has produced a wide variety of art and design projects, culminating in the large-scale interactive Portal installations created for Burning Man since 2004. These installations have now traveled to many other events in the US and around the world.
He is now focusing on the sacred re-inhabitation of Gaia based on his lifelong studies of Buckminster Fuller, Paolo Soleri and other visionary architects and thinkers: “Conceiving Future Environments”. See: http://transportals.org
Price: $10 early, $20 door