Visionary Designer / Founder & CEO
Max Eberle is a world-class pool player and instructor, artist, author and producer. He is the 2013 Derby City Classic 14.1 Champion, twice a World 14.1 Championship Straight Pool Bronze Medalist (2006 & 2014), the 2008 “Best In The West” Pro Invitational Champion, a 3-time West Coast 9-ball Champion, two-time ACU-I National Collegiate 8-ball Champion, and former BCA Junior National 8-Ball Champion. Max held the a top five UPA tour professional ranking for two years 2003-2004, was awarded the 2003 UPA Sportsman of the Year, and has high runs of 196 in straight pool and ten consecutive racks of 9-ball on a regulation table.
An in-demand private instructor and film/television performer, his students include celebrities and pool players of all ages and skill levels. He has traveled the world competing, entertaining, and teaching. Max currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Designer & Consultant
Extensive experience in fine arts: teacher, author, artist. Portrait, landscape, still life, etc. Oil, acrylic, watercolor, pencil, pen, etc. National/International shows. Books: Real Art Real Easy; Real Working Drawings; The Planar Head Workbook…on amazon.
Robert Bissett has experience as a general contractor, construction manager, and architectural designer; from remote Alaskan villages to many other locations around the country.
For the past ten years he has specialized in thin-shell concrete dome projects including the largest private residence constructed to date with nearly an acre of floor space. For the Dome of a Home project, Mr. Bissett completed the design development phase and produced the construction documents working closely with DOAH Architect Jonathan Zimmerman. He is also the creative artist of the conceptual computer images of the Dome of a Home. As a products/new technology guru, he is a ‘genius’. Many of the innovative products that were incorporated into the home were suggested by Bob. FLEX-C TRAC, www.flexc.com is one of the most innovative, ‘miracle’ products we have ever encountered and makes creating curved walls exceedingly easy and quick.
Thirty years experience as a contractor, construction manager, architectural services provider. Wood frame, ICF, CMU, Straw Bale; schools, fire striations, hotel, houses; most recently specializing in Monolithic dome, thin shelled structures including one of the largest dome homes in the world 130′ diameter and 40,000+ sqft.
Computer 3D modeling and rendering, prelim to photo realistic visualization. Vector and bitmap drawing programs.
Dome Logistics Consultant
This fellow has accumulated nearly 35 years of experience in various aspects of the Environmental Design discipline. The range of Danté’s professional experience is as an architect, designer and builder for multiple project types including ‘Hospitality’ and ‘High-end Residential’, ‘Commercial’, ‘Institutional’, ‘Healthcare’ and ‘Master Planning’. In additional to his significant project management experience – having participated in ‘key management’ positions on projects totaling more than $3 Billion of construction valuation over the past five years – he is adept with respect to ‘Construction Documentation and Administration’. Danté is registered as an Architect in several states, holds Certificates of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (provisionally issued under ‘the Broadly Experienced Architect’ program) and the United States Green Building Council as a LEED AP (Leadership in Energy and Education Accredited Professional).
Additionally, he is an honors graduate of the College of Environmental Design, the University of California at Berkeley. While a student at CAL Danté’s interests evolved around the theories of Christopher Alexander that since his graduation have matured into Alexander’s quintessential four volume ‘The Nature of Order – An Essay on the Art of Building and the Nature of the Universe’, a treatise for which he participated in a series of ‘special studies/data gathering seminars’ offered at the graduate level.