The London landscape will be covered in an enormous installation during the London Design Festival 2017. A landscape filled with stipe patterns and solid colors where kids can play and let their imagination completely loose. Keep reading to discover more about Villa Walala Installation!
Camille Walala. established in London, has created plenty installations, objects, and experiences all around the city and beyond.
Camille Walala transforms materials and spaces through her characteristic use of exuberant bold colours and geometrics to inspire and stimulate the audience.
Villa Walala is an extravagant colorful and unexpected architectural installation in Exchange Square, Broadgate.
Built with vinyl, sealed PVC inners and high-strength nylon creating a ‘soft-textured building-block castle’ covered and coloured with digitally printed patterns. The blocks are pinned to the ground and inflated by fans, transforming them from flat forms into a temporary island of shape and colour that begs to be explored inviting playfulness, stress relieves and visually dominating the area.
Accompanied by squeezy stress balls and other items, the Villa is intended to bring a little joy into what may otherwise have been just another casual day at the office.
Villa Walala has a partnership with British Land.
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