August 14, 2014
Who says a home has to consist of straight lines? These dwellings forsake the strict geometry of conventional residential architecture, relying instead on curves for a more free-spirited living experience.
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buckminster fuller dymaxion house

Buckminster Fuller’s Dymaxion House, first completed in 1930 and redesigned in 1945, was an early attempt to develop autonomous architecture. Never produced industrially, the prototypes nonetheless paved the way for the future of non-rectilinear residential building.

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