Chicago: Sculpture exhibition by artist, architect, and peer to Bucky, Ann Tyng. It features room-sized models of tetra-, octa- and icosahedron. More info here.
Hypothetical Development Organization
New Orleans: The Hypothetical Development Organization, will celebrate a public launch at the Du Mois Gallery on Freret Street. The exhibition will run through April.
Elizabeth Thompson on Greenisgood.fm
BFI Executive Director, Elizabeth Thompson recently spoke with GreenIsGood.fm about the Buckminster Fuller Challenge. The show will be broadcast on May 7th.
Vol. 12 No. 4
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Wholeness: On Education, Buckminster Fuller and Tao
This book offers practical tools for thinking and acting from the perspective of “comprehensivity” (Fuller’s term), explaining what this means, why it matters, and how it applies to every aspect of existence. It is intended for anyone interested in self-discovery, spirituality, the condition of planet Earth and its life forms, as well as for courses in education, ecology, philosophy, psychology, consciousness, sociology, design, international relations, and others.
Structures for Wave Energy Absorbtion and Colonization of Mangroves 2010
The research will test geosynthetic landscape systems to support human development in tropical regions simultaneous to critical mangrove biological processes. The interconnected structural networks are intended to facilitate ecosystem recovery, dissipate catastrophic storm impact, mitigate erosion and enable large-scale building development to co-exist with restorative mangrove-type vegetation.
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