Author photo. Robert Williams. Photo by Gert-Martin Greuel.

Robert Williams. Photo by Gert-Martin Greuel.

Robert Williams (8)

This page covers the author of The Geometrical Foundation of Natural Structure: A Source Book of Design.

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Robert Edward Williams (born 1942) is an American designer, mathematician, and architect. He is noted for books on the geometry of natural structure, the discovery of a new space-filling polyhedron, the development of theoretical principles of Catenatic Geometry, and the invention of the Ars-Vivant Wild-life Protector System for repopulating the Western Mojave Desert in California, USA with desert tortoises.

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