Before Fuller became preoccupied with domes, homes & streamlined cars, he dabbled in utterly revolutionising the whole of civilisation.
You can't say he wasn't ambitious.
In 1927, Fuller devised his 4D tower, which was the centrepiece of his plan to use the world's surface and resources with as an efficiency as revolutionary as Einstein's recent restructuring of classical physics. The 4D tower was designed to be a twelve-
If that wasn't enough, the 4D wasn't even intended to be constructed on site. Instead, it would be built in what would essentially be a factory, loaded on to a zeppelin and flown to desired location. Once there, the zeppelin would drop a bomb (yes, a bomb) and the tower would be set into the crater like a pine tree.
When Fuller talked about "garden cities" he wasn't just referring to the flora, it seems.