Sandra Githinji is a Kenyan-born, Naarm (Melbourne) based multidisciplinary designer and sessional lecturer at RMIT University, teaching into the Bachelor of Interior Design (Honours). 

Her design practice - Sandra Githinji Studio explores how cultural and historical contexts construct spatial and temporal relations between people and their environment. Her work spans across sectors such as interior, product, furniture and exhibition design, with themes deeply rooted in African postcolonial critical theory.


Sandra Githinji is currently exploring curatorial activism as it relates to addressing diversity, equity and inclusion to activate meaningful discourse.