Camille Walala is a London-based textile designer. Known for her ambitious, large-scale and explosively colourful interventions in public spaces, Walala uses the man-made landscape as a platform for spreading positivity. Her work encompasses full-facade murals, immersive 3D installations, street art, interiors and set design – characterised by a fusion of bold colours and playful geometric patterns.
Since her ‘Dream Come True Building’ burst onto the Shoreditch streetscape in 2015 and thrust her into the spotlight, Walala and her creative producer, Julia Jomaa, have been engaged in a bold roster of international projects. These have included collaborations with leading global brands such as LEGO, for whom she created the HOUSE OF DOTS; the creative direction of the groundbreaking Mauritian hotel SALT of Palmar; and a slew of major installations for events like NYC’s WantedDesign and London Design Festival, including Walala Lounge, as complete suite of semi-permanent street furniture that transformed South Molton Street, Mayfair, into a corridor of colour.
Walala finds inspiration in community and collaboration, and the power of colour and pattern to transform atmospheres, elevate moods and spark positivity.