Lego Kids Dream House by Camille Walala ⇒ The prolific french designer Camille Walala used LEGO pieces in a rather unconventional way. Using the Scandinavian brand’s newest product, the LEGO Dots, Camille completely transformed shipping containers into a kids dreamhouse. The result is absolutely astonishing.
Unlike the brand’s trademarked bricks, thees new ones feature flat, 2D tiles in different colours and geometric shapes, which can be combined into a bouquet of patterns and used to adorn surfaces, unlike any other of the brand’s products. For the installation, 2 million pieces were placed individually and by hand onto large, Lego base plates, which in turn were mounted to the surface of the different plywood furniture pieces and home decor elements.
“I worked with Dots of different scales, starting with the smallest, one-centimetre tile and using it to create patterns around the house – on cushions, walls and even the window on the facade.” Camille explained to Dezeen
Unlike any other surface, material or supply. these LEGO pieces can’t be cut and shaped into the desired form, which presented quite a challenge to the French Designer.
“There was a lot of maths involved. To create a table, for example, we had to ensure its length corresponded precisely to a set number of pieces.” Camille for Dezeen
This installation’s goal is to take its visitors on a colourway trip throughout its 5 different rooms.
This cloud lamp is made in an innovative material, created by Circu, designed in several layers and fine coating with a fire retardant. Inside, it has a light and sound system are controlled by a mobile app (Ilight) or a remote with several options: choice of music, light effects, and sleep time.
The cloud lamp has an RGB light and speakers. The sound system can be controlled by a mobile app that connects with the cloud lamp by BlueTooth. You can choose the music you want to play on your smartphone. The app has also a sleep assistant. The light system can be controlled by a mobile app or with remote control. You can choose the colour, the intensity of the light and lighting effects.