Camille Walala: Memphis Graphic and Interior Designer
Camille Walala is a London-based graphic and interior designer influenced by the Memphis movement. Therefore, her signature tribal pop-style presents boundless energy that works perfectly for show-stopping and social spaces.
So below we will present some of our favorites Camille’s Projects.
Camille Walala decorates this kids house with more than two million Lego pieces. So she uses the Lego of Dots, the latest company’s toy to created a life-sized toy house.
As a house it is, it has all the hallmarks of a regular home, such as a living room, kitchen bedroom, and bathroom.
This posed a unique design challenge because the pieces couldn’t simply be cut to any desired size or shape.
Using the tiles as a canvas is meant to allow children to design and redesign endlessly, following their inspiration.
Colourful Urban Living Room – Walala Lounge
Secondly, we present the urban living room. Along South Molton Street, Camille Walala has installed benches, planters, and flags adorned with ser colorful signature. Turning the road into the Walala Lounge,
Designed as a family of furniture that will bring joy to visitors to the street. Each piece was designed with Walala’s creative producer, Julia Jomaa.
About the mix of colors and patterns, Walala created through a process of experimentation. Until she found combinations that worked for the street-wide installation.
Salt of Palmar Hotel in Mauritius
The Memphis-inspired artist was invited to complement the landscape of Mauritius. And as expected her work was fabulous. Camille uses sea blues, sunny yellows and bold monochromatic stripes appear throughout this boutique hotel.
Originally, the building’s exterior wad burnt orange, in now a lighter peachy shade.
Walala also called on the help of local creatives and craft specialists to produce pieces of decor.
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