A Bay Area Tech Company’s Mod Makeover
Originally published on CaliforniaHomeDesign.com
Taulia was due for an upgrade. It provides innovative strategies for companies to generate huge savings, and it needed a space to match. When they aren’t helping people save millions of dollars, they’re making sure their office in the heart of the city stays modern and sleek. Designer Kanika Khurana and her company Kanika Design headed the project, transforming an empty, industrial space into a midcentury mod masterpiece. Bold colors, themed rooms, and an array of carefully chosen materials set Taulia’s headquarters apart from any other. Hoping to achieve a “cool, fun and modern vibe” to the office, Khurana seamlessly blended form and function to create a space that is inviting to all.
“One of the challenges was to work with the existing industrial look of the building’s interiors. Therefore, we decided to go with a midcentury mod meets industrial look,” said head designer Kanika Khurana. Taulia’s colors, orange and blue, were heavily incorporated across the entire project, including walls and light fixtures.
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