The BioBus launch was celebrated last night in Harlem at the Jerome L. Greene Center, which is part of Columbia's Manhattanville campus and home to the BioBase Harlem. We were thrilled to be alongside scientists, donors, and families as part of the festivities.

Tessellate Designs BioBus, Innovative Science Education Lab

Seeking to create a mobile lab prototype to support their new model for STEM education, BioBus asked Tessellate to plan and design their innovative community laboratory outfitted in an Airstream trailer to serve as the next generation of BioBus’s growing fleet in New York City . BioBus is the first of it's kind hands-on mobile laboratory equipped with high tech science equipment, microscopes, and expert scientist ready to share their passion for biology. This open-ended, exploratory environment required Tessellate’s design team to develop a tightly integrated physical, technical and experiential design from the inside out. Tessellate developed the new visual identity, including the logo, pattern design, and environmental graphics that are expressed throughout the surfaces and physical elements of the lab. Fabrication services provided by Ultimate Airstream.

 

Latasha Wright (BioBus), Emily Conrad (Tessellate), and Ben Dubin-Thaler (BioBus)

Latasha Wright (BioBus), Emily Conrad (Tessellate), and Ben Dubin-Thaler (BioBus)