Sandra Githinji is a Kenyan-born, Naarm (Melb) based interdisciplinary
designer and sessional lecturer at RMIT University, teaching into the Bachelor of Interior Design (Honours).
Her design and research practice spans the intersections of cultural histories, pedagogy, activism, and the built form. The studio focuses on challenging the western-centric perspective, falsely perpetuated as a global norm, through cultural expressions that centre indigeneity and global citizenry.
The studio cross-pollinates between various discipline boundaries such as interior, exhibition, product, furniture and lighting design.