Buckminster Fuller, US Pavilion for the 1967 International and Universal Exposition in Montreal, 1967

Buckminster Fuller, US Pavilion for the 1967 International and Universal Exposition in Montreal, 1967

A model of the Geodesic Dome House, designed by American inventor Buckminster Fuller.    Keystone/Getty Images

Buckminster Fuller, The Jazz Muse?

Rentable, léger et facile à assembler, le dôme géodésique est un endroit spacieux qui ne nécessite pas de colonnes de maintien, et résiste à des conditions extrêmes.

Portrait d’un architecte américain visionnaire : Richard Buckminster Fuller

Rentable, léger et facile à assembler, le dôme géodésique est un endroit spacieux qui ne nécessite pas de colonnes de maintien, et résiste à des conditions extrêmes.

AD Classics: The Dymaxion House / Buckminster Fuller

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Beautiful shot of #montreal's Buckminster Fuller Sphere, the US Pavilion from Expo 67. The World's Fair welcomed 50 million visitors and is regarded as one of the most important events in Montreal's history.

Beautiful shot of #montreal's Buckminster Fuller Sphere, the US Pavilion from Expo 67. The World's Fair welcomed 50 million visitors and is regarded as one of the most important events in Montreal's history.

If a real estate listing described a house with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a spacious living/dining room that was self-heating, self-cooling, self-cleaning, self-powering, environmentally friendly, and priced at the cost of a Cadillac, it probably wouldn’t take very long before it was snapped

If a real estate listing described a house with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a spacious living/dining room that was self-heating, self-cooling, self-cleaning, self-powering, environmentally friendly, and priced at the cost of a Cadillac, it probably wouldn’t take very long before it was snapped

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