WSU, 1975, Summa Cum Laude
Artist, Author, Teacher
As seen in the LA Times...
"Max Eberle...with the help of Robert Bissett, a nationally known dome designer — drafted 3-D architectural renderings for smoke-free, eight-ball-shaped pool domes he hopes to build around the globe."
Investors currently being sought. When completed it will be
150' in diameter with four floors and many features.
Designer of Light-filled, health-promoting
Livable, Beautiful and Enduring Homes
Education and a varied work history, combined with artistic and technical abilities, have been significant in bringing me to where I am today. With the digital technology available to designers like myself, the creative possibilities are considerable. The advent of dome architecture has been advanced and facilitated by the latest 3D modeling and rendering software. I will continue to employ these powerful tools to the fullest and hopefully contribute in some small way to the success of domes.
Exciting things are happening in the building industry. Recently my interest has been in exploring the design possibilities of thin-shelled, reinforced concrete construction, the healthy house concept, and economical, low maintenance homes built with innovative or non-traditional construction materials. A home should be a place of comfort and healing in tune with the forces of nature; a place to return to for the daily renewing of mind, body and spirit. I enjoy helping people make their vision a reality.I am also interested the small and medium size, unusual project.
#15 on Amazon!!!
....in the Architecture department
Paperback, color front
If 'Best Price' is
Start with your pencil
Newest design...not actually a dome.
Desert living at it's finest!
See all the views here.
Loi and I with Mark on the right
HIGH END DOME COMPLEX"
Exterior during construction.
Doesn't look it here, but this is huge.
Atrium during construction. Three
stories high and about
A recent design done
as part of the