Publication Type:Journal Article
Source:Architectural Design, Architectural Design, England (1960)
Inside cover: Introduction by John McHale, Universal requirements of a dwelling advantage: Teleologic Schedule by Buckminster Fuller, and Commentary by John Mchale. On page 4, Mchale breaks down the following points: I. Essentially RANDOM and SUBJECTIVE phenomena, II. Essentially ROUTINE and SUBJECTIVE phenomena- internal to dwelling, III. Essentially RANDOM and OBJECTIVE phenomena- internal to dwelling, IV. Essentially INCISIVE and routine OBJECTIVE phenomena- external to dwelling, as well as Reductions to practice. The rest of the catalog well defines the geodesic structures of Buckminster Fuller.