"Since 1977 was the fifty-year target date, I began the prototyping of my Fly's Eye dome, which embodied design attention to all that I had learned not only throughout that fifty-year development peri
Bucky was way ahead of the mainstream when he insisted back in the1930s that we must “do more with less.” He called that strategy “ephemeralization.” Today, many people call it—rather less poetical
The only full-size prototype of the Dyamxion House resides in the Henry For Museum, and it is currently undergoing structural assessment and damage review to ensure its conservation.
Rendering courtesy of Explorations Architecture
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