Dia a Dia wants to give a tribune to a multitude of everyday stories on which the imaginations of our contemporary cities are built.︎As a performative and participatory magazine it exposes singular insights – tender, critical, anecdotal, or analytical – into our daily lives and the most banal and ordinary spaces that constitute our urban experiences.︎Dia a Dia is thus the relay of heterogeneous voices: that of the inhabitants of São Paulo, artists, architects, writers, photographers, researchers from all over the world, and our own team. It presents a variety of comments, events, and situations that testify to the issues related to the etymological meaning of the word ‘banal’: to put things in common, at the disposal of all.︎By assuming the protean, composite, and open nature of the contributions that compose it, Dia a Dia wishes to draw up a panorama in movement, a snapshot of the diverse and sometimes contradictory realities that shape the spaces that surround us.




ACKNOWLEDGMENT

︎12a Bienal Internacional de Arquiteturade São Paulo team: Vanessa Grossman, Charlotte Malterre Barthes, Ciro Miguel, Laura Maringoni

︎12a Bienal Internacional de Arquiteturade São Paulo educators: Dandara, Suenne, Elilson,Pedro, Leonardo, Camilla, Flávia, Isabella, Mariane,Thamires, Mónica

︎Translators: Patricia Cabianca Gazire, Kerry Joyce, Aglaë Miguel, Christine Pâris, Simone Pignotti, FlorencePollet, Sarathy Sankar, Nuno Silva, Oliver Waine

︎Supports: Matisse Bonzon, Jacquelin de la Porte, Domingo de Kalunga, Philippe Olle Laprune, Martin Schein, Rafael Suriani, Marcela Vieira, Vincent Zonca

︎Paulistas: Luis Aranguri, Jacques Ardiès, Greg Bousquet, André Dal’Bó, Reneta Egreja, Alexandre Furcolin, Nicolas Llano, Victor Vigneron






︎Crowdfunding Backers:
Julia Allemandet, Elisa Alvarez, Alison Alves, Simon Balducci, Bérénice Barbin, Brigitte Bassoulet, Emile Benizeau, Arthur Biasse, Eric Bizot, Paul Bizot, Jérôme Bloch, Sarah Bloch, Romain Boned, Clothilde Bonneau, Frédéric Bortolotti, Valentin Bourdon, Francis Bourghelle, Katia Bruneau, Laura Cardile, Vincenzo Cardile, Rénata Charikiopoulos, Pierre Coing, Lucile Cornet-Richard, Pauline Debanes, Anne Destival, Sylvie Didierlaurent, Isabelle Ducrest, Alexandre Durand, Olivia Dutron, Antonin D’Ersu, Rima Ezzeddine, Bernard Froment, Janet Froment, Eloise Froment-Ceronne, Auguste Fuguet, Paul Gard-Baholet, Valérie Garnaud, Henriette Giraud, Timothée Girerd, Brigitte Goutelle, Pierre-Jean Goutelle, Thierry Goutelle, Ivan Grozny, Laurène Grün, Michel Guthmann, Marjorie Haas, Féras Hamwy, Jean-Pierre Hébert, Patrick Hébert, Clément Hirel, Martine Houdayer, Philippe Houdayer, Jean Huet, Antoine Janicot, Isabelle Jégo, Christophe Journot, Pascale Journot, Timothée Journot, François Julla, Remi Kircher, Annabel Le Blanc, Sébastien Le Crosnier, Bernadette Léglise, Jean-PierreLéglise, Gwenaëlle Leleu, Alexia Lerond, Aline Lerond, Georges Lerond, Monica Lerond, Clémence Martin, Clément Masurier, Thibaut Meynieu, Aglaë Miguel, Hélène Miguel, Estefania Mompean Botias, Valérie Morien, Gilles Mustar, Ryan N’Dinga, Olivier Lacrouts, Christine Pâris, Laurence Paris, Léa Perier Loko, AlixPeyrard, Simone Pignotti, Viviane Pitois-Goutelle, Clémentine de la Porte, Auguste Rachet, Jean-Michel Rachet, Théophile Rachet, Victor Rachet, Virginie Rachet, Mathis Rager, Alban Regaud, Benoit Reger, Marie Remize, Françoise Rigal, Mehdi Rouis, Philippe Roullier, Delphine Roullier-Pâris, Elisabeth Ruffy, Juliette Salles, Catherine Siguret, Florence Smutko, Mélanie Sturam, Lisa Subiry, Mireille Veran, Florent Vidaling, Jean Vivent, Liliane Vivent, Nathalie-ViventBizot, Céline Yvon and Louise Yvon


614 would also like to warmly thank all the contributors for sharing their work