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Villa Walala in Broadgate’s Exchange Square: LDF 2017

Internationally renowned artist (and SEEN favourite) Camille Walala has created an immersive art installation, Villa Walala, that’s launching tomorrow Friday 15th in Broadgate’s Exchange Square close to Liverpool Street Station.

Set to grace the Square throughout this year’s London Design Festival, Villa Walala is a ‘soft-textured building-block castle’ covered with digitally printed patterns. SEEN looks forward to viewing and indeed, interacting with, this artwork next week. British Land are headline partner of the festival and commissioned Camille Walala to create the landmark project.

m.londondesignfestival.com

Villa Walala
Exchange Square
Broadgate
100 Liverpool Street
London
EC2M 2RH

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