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US Pavilion at Expo '67, at Montreal, Canada, 1967.
(Fuller b. July 12 1893; d. July 1, 1983)
Richard Buckminster Fuller invented the geodesic dome, and a wide range of other paradigm-shifting machines and structural systems. He was especially interested in high-strength-to-weight designs, with a maximum of utility for minimum of material. His designs and engineering philosophy are part of the foundation of contemporary high-tech design aesthetics.
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"", by D.W. Jacobs, ArchitectureWeek No. 158, 2003.0813, pN1.1.
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