Our work as designers and makers of multi-sensory and hybrid trails has won awards nationally and internationally:
The title of Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (EPV – living heritage enterprise) is a mark of recognition by the State, awarded to distinguish French businesses for their excellence in craft and industrial know-how.
The Sign Design Society is the organisation for signage professionals in the United Kingdom. The agency received the jury’s Special Award.
Tactile Studio received the German Federal award for Universal Design for the project work at the Historisches Museum Frankfurt (Historical Museum Frankfurt), in November 2018.
The Grands Prix du Design each year reward the creative talent of professionals who improve the quality of life and the built environment, as well as the private and public clients who entrust them with their design needs.
Tactile Studio received five gold and silver awards for four inclusive projects in 2021: The Jones Beach Energy and Nature Center – New York; The Natur-Park Schöneberger Südgelände – Berlin; The Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (MNBAQ); and La Biosphère – Montréal.
The Zero Project aims to support the implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) and to work for a world without barriers. The approach of the organisation is to research and share innovative practices and policies throughout the world.
The inclusive design agency has been awarded for its inclusive multi-sensory and hybrid trails in 2022.
This German organisation, dedicated to design for all, awarded the agency the “Special Mention” for the presentation of an accessible multi-sensory station concept.
The museum received the “Prix Développement Raymond Bachand” from the Défi sportif Altergo, for its initiatives in inclusion and accessibility.
The Being Human exhibition was shortlisted by the Museums + Heritage Awards in the category “Permanent Exhibition of the Year”. This exhibition also received a commendation in the New York Times.
The Belgian institution received the “Europe’s Most Welcoming New Museum Award 2021” from the European Museum Forum.
The Marseilles institution was awarded the distinction of the 2020 Trophy for Accessible Tourism in the Places to Visit category, by the “Tourism et handicaps” association.
In 2021 this museum was awarded the “Marque Tourisme & Handicap” for its initiatives in support of four kinds of disability: auditory, mental, motor and visual.