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Camille Walala installs a pair of colourful crosswalks at London’s White City Place

There’s an eye-catching new addition to West London’s streetscape – designer Camille Walala has installed a pair of colourful patterned crosswalks at White City Place.

Titled ‘Les Jumeaux’ (The Twins), the playful artworks join seven murals around the public space as part of the development’s cultural programme, with Walala drawing on the surrounding architecture to craft their geometric design.

There’s an eye-catching new addition to West London’s streetscape – French designer Camille Walala has installed a pair of colourful patterned crosswalks at White City Place.
(c) White City Place x Camille Walala

The dazzling murals continue Walala’s interest in interrupting the urban environment through colour, injecting primary shades, as well as black and white zebra stripes, into the streetscape.

Recently, the French designer was attributed to the high-octane, post-modernism inspired movement ‘New London Fabulous’ – a term coined by Adam Nathaniel Furman to encapsulate a group of four London creatives championing pattern and colour in their practice.

There’s an eye-catching new addition to West London’s streetscape – French designer Camille Walala has installed a pair of colourful patterned crosswalks at White City Place.
(c) White City Place x Camille Walala
There’s an eye-catching new addition to West London’s streetscape – French designer Camille Walala has installed a pair of colourful patterned crosswalks at White City Place.
(c) White City Place x Camille Walala

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