Buckminster Fuller

Buckminster Fuller was an American architect, inventor, and futurist who lived from 1895 to 1983. He was known for his innovative and visionary approach to design, which included developing the geodesic dome, a lightweight and robust structure of interconnected triangles. Fuller’s work focused on creating efficient, sustainable, and environmentally conscious designs that could meet the needs of a rapidly changing world. He wrote extensively on topics such as technology, sustainability, and the future of human society, and his ideas continue to influence designers, architects, and thinkers today. Fuller received numerous awards and honors throughout his life for his contributions to science and design, including a posthumous induction into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 1985.

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