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Carbondale

Carbondale Branch Library / Willis Pember Architects

15:00 - 1 May, 2018
Carbondale Branch Library / Willis Pember Architects, © Greg Watts
© Greg Watts

© Greg Watts © Greg Watts © Greg Watts © Greg Watts + 18

  • Architects

  • Location

    Carbondale, Colorado 81623, United States
  • Architect in Charge

    Willis Pember Architects, Inc
  • Area

    14000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

Oblique House / Studio B Architecture + Interiors

17:00 - 17 January, 2017
Oblique House / Studio B Architecture + Interiors, © Draper White
© Draper White

© Draper White © Greg Watts © Greg Watts © Draper White + 21

Buckminster Fuller's Geodesic Dome Home to be Restored as Museum

00:00 - 20 March, 2014

On April 19, Southern Illinois University will begin to restore the world’s first geodesic dome home, built by Buckminster Fuller. Originally assembled in just seven hours from 60 wooden triangle panels, the dome was occupied by Fuller and his wife, Lady Anne, in the 1960s during his residency at SIU. After Fuller’s death, the dome was used as student housing before falling into disrepair. In 2001, the home was donated to a non-profit that had it listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006. It will now be restored and preserved as a museum in Carbondale.