For over 20 years Tellart has worked at the intersection of design and emerging technology to create
transformative ways for people to experience the world and imagine the future.
We work with brands, cultural institutions, governments and NGOs to identify how technology is shifting culture—and what this means for them. What they should aspire to, how to escape irrelevance, and how they can engage their audiences in new ways.
We approach design as a collaborative act of discovery and invention. We help to materialise ideas that do not yet exist in the world by making them concrete, tangible and visceral. In a time of increasing uncertainty and change, our goal is to give people a sense of optimism and agency over what can be.
Our work is not always about technology, but it always uses technology in magical and captivating ways to create new understanding and opportunities. Our projects are not exclusively about the future, but are always in service of preferable futures.
The Moral Machine exhibit at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
For clients exploring their next step, we create what we call “design nonfiction”— concrete, detailed proposals for how their offerings could evolve to meet new needs, both now and in the future. We bring these ideas to life at the right level of resolution to spark the imagination, creating everything from concept presentations and films to functional prototypes and full-scale models.
For clients seeking a deeper connection with their audience, we get to the heart of the story and translate it into a form that people will internalise and remember. We specialise in creating immersive, multisensory architectural-scale exhibitions as well as interactive experiences that bring onsite and online participants into a shared context.
Tellart leads a physical computing workshop called “Designing Connected Experiences” at Resonate Festival in Belgrade, Serbia. Photo courtesy Valentin Simonov.
We are a full-service studio that delivers strategy, creative concepts, detailed design and production. We run visioning workshops, make sense of complex data, map systems and emerging trends and pinpoint opportunities.
We have experience with projects of all scales, extending our multidisciplinary team as needed with our global network of scientists, artists, technologists, futurists and expert fabricators. We are as comfortable working with design and architecture as we are with interactive media and film.