Xenia Sabina Lembono is a London-based Indonesian interdisciplinary designer.
With a background in Architecture from Universitas Pelita Harapan, she has worked on diverse projects in the fields of architecture, interior design, public spaces, and social-cultural initiatives. Driven by a profound passion for Indonesian culture, Xenia pursued Fashion Design at Parsons School of Design, where she cultivated a keen interest in sustainability and zero-waste practices inspired by the rich traditions of Indonesian textiles.
Throughout her journey at the Royal College of Art, Xenia's focus expanded beyond environmental sustainability to embrace the social dimensions, advocating for the well-being of individuals and society. She transforms concepts into creations using various mediums: fashion, fonts, films, spoken words, performances, and spaces. Her work encourages people to engage their senses, to see, be seen, smell, hear, be heard, think, understand, feel, experience, and be fully present. Through her creative practice, Xenia aims to cultivate consciousness, foster sustainability, honoring the richness of cultural heritage, and embracing the complexities of the human experience.
Xenia is a recipient the LPDP - Indonesian Endowment Fund for Education Scholarship and was named the winner of the 2023 Royal College of Art x International Flavours and Fragrances Scent Project.