Designed for a company that discovers, develops and delivers innovative human therapeutics, this exhibit was intended to educate health care professionals on the roles of specific receptors in chronic disease. As a disease state exhibit, its purpose was to communicate the process of the disease for educational purposes. Attendees entered into a clinical looking cube, and were transported into an infinite body occupied by floating cells, molecules and receptors. This provided an experience of entering the human body to view the ongoing cellular processes that characterize the disease. Inspired by state of the art science museums, the cube shape utilized every square inch of the 400 square-foot space.