Mouna Andraos is co-founder with Melissa Mongiat of Daily tous les jours, an interaction design studio with a focus on participation in public spaces.

Coming from the fields of interaction design and narrative environments, the studio creates large-scale, collective experiences. Daily tous les jour’s projects re-enchant everyday life and stimulate playful encounters, conversations, and ultimately, ignite in people a sense of what is possible.

The studio has also won numerous international recognitions including Best in Show at the 2013 Interaction Awards, the Grand Prize at the 2014 UNESCO Shenzhen Design Awards, and the 2015 Knights Cities Challenge Global Innovators Prize.

Prior to co-founding Daily tous les jours, Mouna worked under the label Electronic Crafts exploring the intersection of mass-produced electronics and handmade crafts to create playful, sustainable, or participatory objects. Her web-based work for the interactive agency Bluesponge has won numerous international recognitions, including prizes from ID magazine, Best of Show at the SXSW Festival, and a CyberLion in Cannes.

Mouna holds a masters degree from New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program and is an alumni of Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology in New York City.

Orchestral Manoeuvres in the City

Through the years, Daily tous les jours has witnessed the emergence of a new field of practice, where digital art and interaction design meet the city: passing crowds, immutable buildings, and obscure infrastructure. Sharing insights from our recent work in public spaces, we will discuss how to create pieces that bring people together, and what it means when they do.