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Spaceship Earth notebook: Inspired by Buckminster Fuller


Spaceship Earth notebook: Inspired by Buckminster Fuller
Spaceship Earth notebook: Inspired by Buckminster Fuller
Spaceship Earth notebook: Inspired by Buckminster Fuller
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$14.99

Spaceship Earth notebook: Inspired by Buckminster Fuller


"Earth is a spaceship."

Few architects have bridged the gap of inventor, cultural icon, and theorist quite like Buckminster Fuller. His work, through all its facets, explored how design could evolve the human race and lend itself to a brighter future. From his religious background as a Unitarian, Fuller employed his genius and hard work to invent more efficient and sustainable methods for construction, transport, and energy. This inspired thirst for knowledge has lead countless designers to do the same and he is often quoted by today's greats like Sir Norman Foster.

GoArchitect honors the late Buckminster Fuller with a notebook that celebrates his simple and profound philosophy that Earth is a spaceship with limited resources and without an instruction manual. It's up to us to use it well and provide for its future.

Notebook Specs
Filled with 200 pages of rich 60# natural cream paper; ready to be filled with your designs, notes, lists, bullet journals, inspirations, and aspirations.

  • A5 - 5.8 x 8.3 in (148 x 210 mm)
  • 200 pages
  • Ruler (Inches + MM)
  • Index
  • Dot Grid Pattern
  • Softcover or Hardcover

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