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Design Science A Framework for Change

During the last quarter century, Buckminster Fuller’s concept of Design Science has come to mean different things to different people, evolving in the process into a potent combination of method, metaphor and myth.

 

The purpose of this document is to refocus the concept, address it in the context of some reflections about design in general, and link Design Science to the sustainability challenge facing humanity today.

 

More about Michael Ben-Eli's work: http://www.sustainabilitylabs.org


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ARCHITECTING THE FUTURE-Hardin Tibbs, Keynote

Hardin Tibbs reflects on his influence from Buckminster Fuller, saying that he gave people the license to think "Big" and how he started his own journey along such lines.

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A Man-Made, Net-Zero Energy Island Off the Coast of Istanbul

A Man-Made, Net-Zero Energy Island Off the Coast of Istanbul | All things Bucky Fuller | Scoop.it

A proposal imagines 300,000 housing units built into six hyper-energy efficient domes, inspired by Fuller's Synergetics and Design Science.


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Design Matters: Doing Better with Less

"Design Matters: Doing Better with Less" is a short but powerful animated story about using design to create sustainable wealth, and it provides essential insights into the future of business and innovation.


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Tejlgaard + Jepsen: Meeting Dome - News - Domus

Tejlgaard + Jepsen: Meeting Dome - News - Domus | All things Bucky Fuller | Scoop.it
Danish architects Kristoffer Tejlgaard and Benny Jepsen have completed a deconstructed geodesic dome which acts as a gathering space, an unlocked shape featuring niches, crevices and corners.
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