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Bucky Fuller's Most Complex Invention May Have Been Himself
5 days ago - By Arch Daily
The Montreal Biosphère, formerly the American Pavilion of Expo 67, by R. Buckminster Fuller, Montreal, Quebec. Image via Wikipedia Commons
This article was originally published on Common Edge. Today we know R. Buckminster Fuller primarily through his oeuvre of iconic objects and ideas created over the arc of a nearly 90-year life. Born in the last decade of the 19th century, Fuller lived long enough to hang out with Steve Jobs. He's variously described as a “systems thinker,” perhaps the first “futurist,” a visionary, engineer, geometer, and architect. But “inventor” is probably the most...
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