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                                   (Originally aired: Aug. 1994)  

                                CHRIS ZELOV


                          Filmmaker / Ecologist

              Comprehensive Designer Scientist

                      Creator of the Major Film






                            The Knossus Project





The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LA41LaEddlk - CHRIS ZELOV   



More about: CHRIS ZELOV

Chris Zelov - Aug 1994 Air date Buckminster Fuller was a design

 outlaw. He shattered preconceived notions of how buildings and

 machines should be put together. The result was the geodesic dome,

 the 60 mile-per-gallon Dymaxion Car, the self-sufficient Dymaxion

 House and host of other inventions that influenced a new wave of

designers. In making their award-winning film, Ecological Design,

 Chris Zelov and Phil Cousineau interviewed 26 present-day design

outlaws. To expand on the film, they published this book. Both the

 film and the book are brimming with the ideas and prototypes of the

 trailblazers who have defined ecological design over the past thirty

 years. Here's a partial list of the outlaws:

Brendan O'Reagan, Ian McHarg, Douglas Adams, John Todd, Jay

 Baldwin, Stewart Brand, Mary Catherine Bateson, Paul McCready,

 William McDonough, Amory and Hunter Lovins, Hazel Henderson,

 Pliny Fisk, Paolo Soleri, Christopher Alexander, John Connell and

 many more. These forward-thinking designers have defied

convention with new ideas on shelter, energy, transportation and

 industry. In addition to being thought-provoking, these colorful

characters are very entertaining.


Christopher Zelov is the founder of The Knossus Project,

a research and development firm dedicated to developing projects

in the strategic realms of: Educational Film, Fine Art Books,

along with Green Product Design. 

Selected Projects include:

-City21 (film released in early 2009)

-Ecological Design: Inventing the Future (Film *Winner of 7 film

festival awards)

-Design Outlaws (Book *in 5th printing)

-Bioremediation Barge (AIA Award)

-Some Songs to the Stars (film, book and CD)

-Speculations on Eco-Resorts in the 21st Century (Epilogue in

 Cape May Book)

-Genius Loci Art Gallery (ongoing)

-3 Ideas to Tweak the World (green design music video)

-SolOrcale (Invention)

-Green Bus Stop (Invention)

-Solar Trackers in the Sky (Invention)

-Cafe Kairos (Multi-Media Cafe)

-Pitchfork Town (Music video)

Education: B.S. Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania 1983

San Francisco Institute of Architecture(ongoing affiliation)

Yestermorrow Design/Build School  Esalen Institute

Certified Teacher: Technologies for Creating

Member: National Arts Club, World Future Society, AIFV,

Smithsonian, Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Solar

Energy Society, Mayflower Society   




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