R. Buckminster Fuller was one of the visionaries of the twentieth century. With tensegrity structures, dymaxion houses and cars, Fuller projection maps, and the geodesic dome, he found new ways to look at old problems. This category is an investigation of not only Fuller's architecture, but of the full range of design ideas that occupied his productive life.
Buckminster Fuller Institute
Provides a biography and bibliography of Fuller and images and descriptions of his inventions. Includes geodesic domes, Synergetics, and Design Science.
Buckminster Fuller: Thinking out Loud
TV program by wNetStation, New York. Clips and quotes. Video cassette for sale. Gallery of expandable thumbnails of major works.
The Bucky Fuller Travelling Miracle Medicine Show
Buckminster Fuller's description of his inventions with pictures of Fuller.
Chris Fearnley's List of Buckminster Fuller References
A collection of links relating to the work of R. Buckminster Fuller.
Dymaxion Projection Animation
The earth, as represented by Buckminster Fuller's icosahedral projection.
The Fuller Map
Buckminster Fuller's ideas about geometry, architecture, cartography, and cognition in an analytical framework. Includes references for further study.
Ray-traced picture of a dome and links to information about Buckminster Fuller.
Nature's Invisible Architecture
Treatise on the art and science of Buckminster Fuller by Bonnie Goldstein DeVarco, with numerous links and references.
R. Buckminster Fuller FAQ
Answers to frequently asked questions on Fuller, compiled by Christopher J. Fearnley from the discussions on the Bitnet mailing list Geodesic and its Usenet gateway.
R. Buckminster Fuller's Synergetics
A technical treatise, reaching book length, about many of the ideas developed by Fuller. Illustrated with 32 color plates and six drawings.
Synergetics on the Web
An introduction to some of Fuller's innovations: synergetics, geodesic domes, fuller projection maps, with illustrations.
US Pavilion at Expo '67
Photographs, discussion and sources on the geodesic dome designed by Buckminster Fuller and Shoji Sadao at Montreal, Canada, in 1967, from Great Buildings Online.
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