Ten years ago, Sanni Seppälä and Milka Tulinen set up Kakadu, an interior architecture company. Since then, the
company’s extensive portfolio has included offices, meeting spaces and business spaces to name a few. “Working with each project is a unique puzzle, where the first piece is assessing the functionality needs for the space in question, along with any additional client needs,” says Seppälä. “We believe in all-round co-operation with our clients and we work closely with them on each project.” Kakadu’s most recent project involved designing the public spaces and signage for the new Helsinki City Museum.