Buckminster Fuller

... ← Drawing Matter Home Drawings Publications Events About Contributors Artists & Makers Mailing List Search Drawing MatterSETSDrawings of the Week 2 Oct 2015 Buckminster Fuller Richard Buckminster Fuller (1985–1983), Study Drawing for a Geodesic Sphere, 1975. Pen on paper, 610 × 480 mm. Slenderness, Lightness, and Strength.– R. Buckminster Fuller ...

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Drawing Architecture

... Matter Home Drawings Publications Events About Contributors Artists & Makers Mailing List Search Drawing MatterPUBLICATIONS & SUBSCRIPTIONS 9 Oct 2018 Drawing ArchitectureBuckminster Fuller's Geodesic Sphere Richard Buckminster Fuller (1985–1983), Study Drawing for a Geodesic Sphere, 1975. Pen on paper, 610 × 480 mm. Frail and delicate, Richard Buckminster Fuller’s drawing ...

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Charles Holland Architects: On John Lautner's ground floor plan of a garden and semi-circular house, 1952

... structure intended for the Los Angeles hills but now embedded in the chalk face of the North Downs. But it also contains other references: to Buckminster Fuller’s dreams of a lightweight geodesic architecture, to the nostalgic craft utopia of William Morris and to the high-tech fantasies of the 1960s avant ...

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This Was Tomorrow

... culture brought them face to face with the limitations and opportunities of the rapidly expanding modes and techniques of representation that were available to them. Richard Buckminster Fuller (1985–1983), Study Drawing for a Geodesic Sphere, 1975. Pen on paper, 610 × 480 mm. Michael Webb (*1937), Sin Centre, Leicester Square, ...

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Buckminster Fuller

Buckminster Fuller ← Collections ← SETS ← Drawing Matter Home Drawings Publications Events About Contributors Artists & Makers Mailing List Search Drawing MatterSETSCollections 1 Oct 2015 Buckminster FullerSix Patents 1-170-604: Zelthaut für ein kugelkalottenförmiges Zeltgestell 1-170-604 p.1 1-170-604 p.2 1-170-604 p.3 1-170-604 p.4 1-170-604 p.5 1-170-604 p.6 1-170-604 p.7 1-097-653: ...

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Herbert Matter

... postwar world… and after. – Nicholas Olsberg WE SUGGEST On Ernest Born; other mid-century modern projects, by architects in California and written by Nicholas Olsberg, Richard Neutra and John Lautner; on Buckminster Fuller's Drawing for a Geodesic Sphere; for more on exaggerated perspectival frameworks, Disappear Here; and on more by ...

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Eric Parry: Iran, 1974

... ourselves amongst the architectural great and good: Derek Walker, Ungers, Nadir Adalan, Hassan Fathy, James Stirling, Candelas, Sert, and then Moshe Safdie, Paolo Soleri and Buckminster Fuller, all approachable at the bar and happy to share the debate with two young architectural refugees. The congress was an attempt to formulate ...

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Macarthur: Malton

... architectural techniques. His text, however, claimed ‘irregularity’ as a principle of picturesque planning, for which he had good authority in the works of Price and Richard Payne Knight, as well as John Nash and Humphry Repton's experiments in the 1790s. ‘Irregularity’ understood as asymmetrical site specific planning was itself highly ...

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Richard J. Neutra

Richard J. Neutra ← Drawings of the Week ← SETS ← Drawing Matter Home Drawings Publications Events About Contributors Artists & Makers Mailing List Search Drawing MatterSETSDrawings of the Week 10 Aug 2018 Richard J. NeutraExperimental School, Corona Avenue, Los Angeles, 1935 Richard Neutra (1892–1970), Experimental Unit of the Corona ...

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Stephen Bates: On Cadbury-Brown's Royal College of Art extension, 1972

... a remarkable blend of semi-industrial and muscular forms. It has a frame-like tectonic whose scale and order seem to emerge from a careful reading of Richard Norman Shaw’s adjacent 196 Queen’s Gate. The vertical and highly articulated large-scale villas that characterise the street on both sides are referenced within the ...

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