Category Archives: Interactive Architecture

Chrome Web Lab

Web Lab is a groundbreaking, year-long exhibition, featuring a series of interactive Chrome Experiments that bring the extraordinary workings of the internet to life. Google Creative Lab and Tellart created the concept of the Web Lab–from the user-experience as an integrated online and onsite experience, to its science museum context and audience, to the optical […]

Chrome Web Lab by Google & Tellart

Web Lab Experiments Open Sourced

It’s bittersweet for us to know that this is the last weekend of the Chrome Web Lab.

Although the first part of Web Lab’s existence is coming to an end, we are elated to reveal the next chapter in Web Lab’s evolution: the open sourcing of code and hardware for some of Web Lab’s most popular activities.

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Behind the Scenes: Prototyping Web Lab

Announcing the first of many sneak peeks at the creation process that led to the Chrome Web Lab.  In this set of videos, we take you behind the scenes to show you some of the prototypes and motion sketches that were instrumental in the creation of two of Web Lab’s most popular experiments: the Universal Orchestra and the Sketchbots.

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Work Finishes on Installation at Chicago Children’s Hospital

Tellart is proud to have been involved in the creation of the “Crown Sky Garden,” a peaceful retreat on the 11th floor of the brand-new Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. Tellart worked with renowned artist and landscape architect Mikyoung Kim to design and develop two interactive pieces for the space.

Light Wall

The Coffee Connector

Created in partnership with The Secret Little Agency for the Singapore Economic Development Board, the Coffee Connector is a beautiful object, seamless digital interaction, and social experiment–all in one. Designed for high-end conferences and networking events, the Coffee Connector only brews a cup of coffee when two attendees work together to request one. Once you’ve […]

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The Binoculars

Jørn Utzon’s 1973 Sydney Opera House is one of the most recognizable and acclaimed structures on the planet. Celebrating its 40th birthday this year, the iconic performing arts center is the youngest member of the 981-location UNESCO World Heritage Site family. To help it celebrate, Tellart teamed up with Google Creative Lab to invite its […]


Museum of Future Government Services 2014

The Museum of Future Government Services was meant to both inspire and forecast the future of government in the UAE, the surrounding countries, and beyond. Through the experiences designed by Tellart, it exposed thousands of high-level government officials to concepts of future government and emerging technologies. The project’s content, the actual government services envisioned at […]


Crown Sky Garden Light Wall & Benches

Tellart created two interactive experiences for the “Crown Sky Garden,” a peaceful retreat on the 11th floor of the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. We worked with renowned artist and landscape architect Mikyoung Kim to design and develop the interactive installations for the space, from concept definition through engineering and installation. […]


Voting Doors

Gensler and engaged David Rose and Tellart to think about new interactive ways to encourage interaction among employees at’s new Portland, OR office. Building on their “team sport” culture and interest in engaging with employees across all levels, the interactives were meant to increase workplace camaraderie and community. The Voting Doors, part of […]


The Great Map

The National Maritime Museum is situated in Greenwich, London–a hugely important historical location for maritime and trade history, namesake of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), and home of the Prime Meridian. The Museum, one of the four fascinating sites of the Royal Museums Greenwich, engaged Tellart to conceptualize, design, and implement a new interactive exhibit for […]