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Synergetics, dymaxion designs and ephemeralization are just a few of the mystifying concepts that might blow your mind during "R. Buckminster Fuller: The History (and Mystery) of the Universe."
While a treehouse dymaxion treefort would be super fun (see below) my organization, Architecture for Humanity, is upping the ante by urging entrants to add a social component to the competition and asking them to select a community that could utilize the developed design to improve their living standard.
The idea was to combine "Gandhi's Goals" ( "self-sufficiency," or "the freedom that comes from owning your own life support system") with "Fuller's Methods" (the dymaxion principle of getting more with less).
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