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David Talley
David Talley • 1 year ago

This geodesic dome designed by Buckminster Fuller in 1959, hovers over the recently restored ASM International complex, outside Cleveland.

  • Katrina Fairley
    Katrina Fairley • 1 year ago

    Bucky did not design any real building. The ASM Geodesic Dome was designed by TC Howard of Synergetics, Inc in 1958. Bucky held the patent to geodesic dome geometry.

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