Friday Cabins #47: The How, What & Why of Geodesic Domes
Revisiting a favorite Deep Dives, into the wild world of Bucky Fuller
It’s Friday everyone and you know what that means…the weekend and another installment of Friday Cabins, a weekly newsletter that brings you cabin inspo from the world. Each week, we curate something special from the pages of Field Mag, or go rogue and investigate whatever we’re feeling.
For the holiday season and to wind down 2022, we’re looking back on our favorite (and often overlooked) Deep Dive newsletters. Only this time around, we’ve dropped the paywall, making these special investigated newsletter free for all to read through the end of the year.
Today’s Deep Dive Redux explores Buckminster Fuller’s beloved invention, the Geodesic Dome. From its official inception in 1948 to epitomizing Mid-Century optimism of design and culture to influencing today’s modular glamping trend, the geodesic dome is now an enduring form, and still holds the power to impress.
Click the image above or button below to learn all you’ve ever wanted to know about Geodesic Domes (and likely more). And then log off and enjoy your weekend!