R. Buckminster Fuller

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Noun1.R. Buckminster Fuller - United States architect who invented the geodesic dome (1895-1983)R. Buckminster Fuller - United States architect who invented the geodesic dome (1895-1983)
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Carbondale page seeks to invite the inimitable Jeff Bridges to visit the R. Buckminster Fuller Dome Home, located at the corner of West Cherry and South Forest.
The book includes interviews with Amiri Baraka, R. Buckminster Fuller, Abbie Hoffman, Mick Jagger, Carole King, Lou Reed, and many other counter culture figures of the sixties and seventies.
These are the only known surviving examples of the Dymaxion Deployment Units that R. Buckminster Fuller designed as an answer to wartime housing needs.
Winner of more than 50 awards, he recalls 40 years of lessons learned from graphic designers Paul Rand and Herb Lubalin, industrial designers R. Buckminster Fuller and George Nelson, corporate chiefs Sidney Topol of Scientific Atlanta and Roberto Goizueta of Coca-Cola, plus aesthetic groundbreakers such as Saul Bass and Heinz Edelmann.
For more about R. Buckminster Fuller, visit Buckminster Fuller Institute, www.bfi.org.
Boris Artzybasheff's R. Buckminster Fuller, from the cover of Time magazine in 1963 (left), is part of 'Buckminster Fuller: Starting with the Universe' at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (14 March-21 June).
Composer John Bucchino took a bow for It's Only Life at Rubicon Theatre Company, which also fared well in the best play at a large theatre and lead actor categories, with R. Buckminster Fuller: The History (and Mystery) of the Universe and its star Joe Spano.
What is the name of the lightweight dome-shaped structure invented by R. Buckminster Fuller?
A self-proclaimed "comprehensive anticipatory design scientist," R. Buckminster Fuller always had his sights fixed firmly on the future--and a quarter century after his death, it is his future we now inhabit.
What is the name of the lightweight domeshaped structure invented by R. Buckminster Fuller?
I Seem To Be A Verb R. Buckminster Fuller with Jerome Agel and Quentin Fiore; Bantam Books, New York, 1970.