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Kenneth Snelson working in his studio in 1961. Illustration donated by the artist.
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Tensegrity Structures: What They Are and What They Can Be , Buckminster Fuller
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... Kenneth Snelson, it was not Snelson but Buckminster Fuller who had great plans with this construction technique. The picture below shows one example of ...
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Picture of an art piece made by Kenneth Snelson. This is what I imagine when Ingber talks about tensegrity constructions in a living cell (allthough I ...
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This is an example of sculpture tensegrity by Kenneth Snelson at the First Bank Building in downtown Denver. Ref: Ravin T. AAMM. 2003
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Portrait of an Atom - Kenneth Snelson
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"Needle Tower" (Kenneth Snelson, 1968) set against a darkening sky at the Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C.. "
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Parametric Tensegrity Structure for Local Art Fair. Image © Gernot Riether
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Kenneth Snelson. V-X, stainless steel and wire, 1984-5
Arts and Architecture magazine, August 1957, Vol. 74, No. 8,
Figure 2. This is an example of mechanical tensegrity by the Wright brothers. Ref: Ravin T. AAMM. 2006
Figure 1. Geodesic spatial frame approximating a quadric surface: American Society for Metals International
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Kenneth Snelson, pioneer of tensegrity structures. | Structure in .
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In lamens terms you can use the analogy that our bodies behave like a suspension bridge (they are able to disperse external forces such as when a large ...
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Figure 1. Double-layer tensegrity grids based on tensegrity tripods by (a)
Parametric Tensegrity Structure for Local Art Fair. Image © Gernot Riether
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The Skylon at the Festival of Britain, 1951
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... on a tripod that is claimed to be structured in a tensgrity with the rest of the cooling tower. "These support legs become a tensegrity structural ...
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Equilateral Quivering Tower
Arts and Architecture, October 1955, Vol. 72, No. 10, Entenza
Figure 5: " Geodesic Tensegrity Dome " by Fuller in 1953. Illustration taken from
Needle Tower II (1969) by Kenneth Snelson in Sculpture Garden at Kröller-Müller Museum/The Netherlands.

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