Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion House at Henry Ford Museum Photos

Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983) was an architect & visionary. One of his concepts was the prefabricated Dymaxion House (1946), a round structure (but not a dome) for the best use of space & energy efficiency. While never put into commercial distribution, the prototype is at the Henry Ford Museum.

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Dymaxion House at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Round shape of Dymaxion House at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Living room of Dymaxion House at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Kitchen of Dymaxion House at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.
Dymaxion House (1946) at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI. Architect: Buckminster Fuller.Round shape of Dymaxion House at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Living room of Dymaxion House at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Kitchen of Dymaxion House at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.
Central air circulation core of Dymaxion House at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.


Central air circulation core of Dymaxion House at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.



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