Basic Books 1st paperback edition 2000
8vo paperback 510 pages VG++ 730 gms
(Order reference 15965)
Buckminster Fuller, the brilliant and eccentric futurist philosopher best known as the inventor of the Geodesic Dome, was one of the most creative contributors to innovative thought and technology in the twentieth century.
Incomparable designer, engineer, and architect, he proved that a lone genius, through sheer initiative, can have an astounding impact on the world. In this inspiring account of Fuller’s life and legacy, Lloyd Steven Sieden brings new light to Fuller’s belief system and recognizes his many contributions to humanity.