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Buckminster Fuller | Free-wheeling architect

Architect, designer, writer, educator

Buckminster Fuller’s nugget of nous on life as regenerative, paired with the visual muse Cascading, cascading, cascading

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“Like the transcendentalists, Fuller rejected the established religious and political notions of the past and adhered to an idealistic system of thought based on the essential unity of the natural world and the use of experiment and intuition as a means of understanding it.”

“[Fuller] imposed his own self-discipline and his own novel way of thinking in a deliberate attempt – as poets and artists do – to change his generation’s perception of the world.”

(Buckminster Fuller Institute)

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