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Photo 29 May 2 notes In the 1960’s, Buckminster Fuller (the geodesic dome guy) was commissioned by Matsutaro Shoriki, a wealthy Japanese patron, to design a city in Japan. This architectural marvel was to be a tetrahedron that measured two miles on each side, capable of housing one million residents, and would be located in Tokyo Bay. Not along Tokyo Bay, but in Tokyo Bay.Floating.Read more: The 6 Most Insane Cities Ever Planned | Cracked.com http://www.cracked.com/article_18947_the-6-most-insane-cities-ever-planned.html#ixzz1wGaoXP2k

In the 1960’s, Buckminster Fuller (the geodesic dome guy) was commissioned by Matsutaro Shoriki, a wealthy Japanese patron, to design a city in Japan. This architectural marvel was to be a tetrahedron that measured two miles on each side, capable of housing one million residents, and would be located in Tokyo Bay. Not along Tokyo Bay, but in Tokyo Bay.Floating.

Read more: The 6 Most Insane Cities Ever Planned | Cracked.com http://www.cracked.com/article_18947_the-6-most-insane-cities-ever-planned.html#ixzz1wGaoXP2k

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