Villa Walala by Camille Walala

Sep

16-24

2017

Times may vary

#villawalala

In partnership with British Land, Camille Walala's Villa Walala is an immersive and playful installation within the heart of Broadgate.

Villa Walala is an exuberantly colourful and unexpected architectural landscape in Exchange Square, Broadgate. Constructed from vinyl, sealed PVC inners and high-strength nylon, it is a ‘soft-textured building-block castle’ covered and coloured with digitally printed patterns. The component shapes are pinned to the ground and inflated by fans, transforming them from flat forms into a vast and immersive temporary island of shape and colour that begs to be explored, invites playfulness, relieves stress, and visually dominates the area.

Accompanied by squeezy stress balls and other surprises, the Villa is intended to inject a little joy into what may otherwise have been just another day at the office. Camille Walala - a ‘purveyor of positivity’ - transforms materials and spaces through her characteristic use of exuberant geometries and bold colours to inspire and stimulate her audience. Having established herself in East London, Camille Walala has created numerous installations, objects, and experiences from small to the total across the city and beyond.

Villa Walala is a partnership with British Land.

Event Location

Locations:

Exchange Square

EC2M 2RH

Plan your visit:

Liverpool Street

Profile

Camille Walala

A graduate in textile design from the University of Brighton, Camille Walala established her studio and brand in East London in 2009, and has since evolved from textile-based work to art direction, interior design and large-scale civic art and installation projects. Drawing on influences including the Memphis Movement, the Ndebele tribe and Victor Vasarely, Walala has an irrepressible enthusiasm for playful, graphic patterns that invoke a smile. Her dedication to positivity, optimistic typography and bold use of pattern and colour have seen her transform urban landscapes across the world, and earned her clients ranging from Nike and Armani to Nintendo and Facebook.

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