The multi-faceted London-based designer is best known for her bold patterns influenced by the Memphis movement and African textiles. She has worked with brands such as Facebook and Nintendo, as well as on interior design projects and street art. In this conversation at the London restaurant Sketch on 19 October, she speaks to fellow pattern enthusiast Rhonda Drakeford about her work and influences, the dangers of being trendy and the unexpected origins of the name, "Walala".
Leo Hollis: London As I See It
The second of Icon's podcasts, recorded at The View From the Shard, author Leo Hollis gives a historical perspective on modern-day London.
Roma Agrawal: London As I See It
In the first of Icon's podcasts, the structural engineer discusses her work on The Shard and the role of tall buildings in tackling London's problems