Daily tous les jours is an interaction-design studio, co-founded in 2010 by Mouna Adraos and Melissa Mongiat, which focuses on participation in public spaces. Mouna and Melissa research new ways to tell stories, design small- and large-scale projects that impact cities, and craft interactive pieces that connect people to their environments and to each other. Their work has won numerous international awards, including best in show at the 2013 Interaction Awards and the grand prize at the 2014 UNESCO Shenzhen Design Awards.
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