Fülhaus believes they don't make things like they used to.
Fülhaus believes our society's reliance on cheap, disposable goods is not a sustainably viable option for our future.
Fülhaus takes to heart the three R's we learned in grade school: reduce, reuse, recycle.
Fülhaus believes that in the consumer-driven culture of the past twenty years we have lost our ability to value and appreciate the things we buy.
Fülhaus believes that as one person outgrows their need for an item, another's need is arising.
Fülhaus shares Buckminster Fuller's vision that ephemeralization (the ability to do "more and more with less and less") will result in ever-increasing standards of living for an ever-growing population despite finite resources.
Fülhaus believes that good design should be for everyone.