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Discussion in 'Art & Design' started by Marvystone, Apr 11, 2009.
Architectural dreams and oddities that have never been built..
Mile High Tower by Frank Lloyd Wright
All by Buckminster Fuller
wow these are pretty cool!!
My class went on a field trip to see the Fuller exhibit in Chicago. It was pretty crazy! He was thinking of ways to build sustainably and save space and energy way back when. He also sketched a lot of ideas that seemed far-fetched then but are pretty much realities today (or at least similar to things that seem normal today). Honestly though, despite how brilliant he was, I couldn't help getting a little bored. He had trillions of insanely detailed, meticulous sketches and drafts and it was all so mathematical and geometric and left-brained. A lot was over my head and repetetive you know? But talk about documenting your work . . .
Thanks for the stunning images and illustrations. All of them are incredibly compelling and spectacular.
La Citta Nuova, 1914 - Antonio Sant'Elia