Tessellate Forges Partnership with Xenario to Expand Design Capabilities for Cultural Institutions
Tessellate, an experiential design studio based in New York, announces a partnership with Alexander Brandt’s exhibition company Xenario. Founded in Shanghai in 2004, Xenario designs and builds large scale museums, themed environments and brand experiences. Xenario recently opened a New York office headed by famed designer Tucker Viemeister.
Brandt’s and Viemeister’s experience in industrial design, architecture, and technical abilities specific to planetariums and aquariums expand Tessellate’s Experience and Exhibit Design capabilities. Tessellate demonstrates a passion for learning environments, with
recent work including the BioBus, which is the first of it's kind, a hands-on mobile laboratory equipped with high tech science equipment, microscopes. Together, the Tessellate and Xenario team specialize in turnkey solutions to advance the design and development of museums, cultural institutions, and corporate environments.
“This valuable partnership offers organizations the best solutions for all phases of project work, from concept and design to final media and build out,” said Emily Conrad, Co-founder, Tessellate. “Our combined practice will shape the future of exhibit design and innovative environments.”
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Tessellate is an experiential design studio co-founded in 2013 by a team of seasoned designers who saw an opportunity to fulfill a demand for new immersive design and to offer a fresh approach to a traditional design industry. Tessellate’s mission is to merge the physical and digital worlds in new ways, to create exciting immersive environments and interactive experiences driven by a strong narrative structure. Its team of architects, technologists, interaction and visual designers, have designed and delivered projects for retail stores and large scale museums including the American Museum of Natural History, the National Museum of Mathematics, California Academy of Science, the Statue of Liberty Museum, Connecticut Science Center, and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute.
Tessellate is a Woman Owned Business with offices in New York City and Dayton.