The Mobile Food Lab opens its long-awaited bus doors to students this October! For our client, the Reed Foundation and GreensDoGood, Tessellate provided a turnkey design and build solution for this experiential vehicle centered around food literacy. Food literacy teaches kids where food comes from, how it nourishes and impacts us, and shapes our world. Aboard this bus children from grades K through 8 get to learn about key themes of Food Science, Urban Agriculture, Creativity and Cooking through hands-on activities - within in a flexible and accessible experiential vehicle. Through multi-sensory, interactive stations Tessellate's goal is to harness students innate curiosity. Find more details at www.mobilefoodlab.org.
Project Team: Emily Conrad (Experience Design and Project Management), Joe Karadin (Physical Design), Tucker Viemeister (Visual Design and Creative Direction), Sadie Coughlin-Prego (Experience Designer).
Turnkey Design and Build solution including Physical Design, Experience Design, Visual Design, Branding, and Production Management.
Fabrication services provided by EXPLUS.
Photo courtesy of Frank Mentesana of EcoSpaces