Senior Apple Executive Jeff Dauber works in Apple’s Mobile Mac Systems division by day, but by night, he’s an avid art collector with a trippy looking backyard designed by Berkely-based architect Thom Faulders. Believe it or not, but the surface pictured above is actually flat.
MetropolisMag writes on the design:
Faulders used 3-D–modeling software to achieve Deformscape’s dipping effect. “I wanted someone to barf when they look at it,” says Dauber, a senior executive at Apple. “The deck looks like it is sloping away from you.” Dauber is not your standard-issue Silicon Valley techie; he’s covered in tattoos and owns an impressive, challenging collection of contemporary art (including a mosque made out of gun parts, by the sculptor Al Farrow).