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xN Studio is a lifestyle. Without borders. Founded in Brooklyn, NY and Kampala, Uganda in 2011 by Nasozi Kakembo, our product and interior design firm resides at the intersection of classic and modern, East and West, innovative and subdued. We express our ethos in how we adorn your sacred spaces, whether those be your homes, your workspaces, or elsewhere. Traditional and timeworn design approaches are at our core, and from there, we create collections and projects to suit a modern and borderless lifestyle. 

Our furniture and approach to design is intended to suit multiple purposes—our aesthetic signals a practical departure from the expected. The mudcloth and indigo pillows, and Fair Trade collections from Uganda have grown to become the keystone of our work. All of our work is proudly made on the east coast of the United States or in Africa, primarily Uganda where we work work traditional artisans to develop products for e-commerce, wholesale and interior design projects.

Fair Trade batik workshop in Kokrobite, Ghana just ourside of Accra

Nasozi Kakembo is the founder and creative force behind xN Studio. She graduated in 2008 from the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation (GSAPP). Her company name derives from her very own, which is a Ugandan name meaning something to look up to in praise of. Born and raised outside of Washington, DC, and a Brooklynite for 12 years Nasozi founded xN Studio in 2011. For the greater part of a decade, she worked in the international human rights and social justice fields, meanwhile indulging in African textiles by night. 

She still incorporates the fundamental principles of her extensive international experience into her business model. Her Ugandan and American heritage as well as her studies in art history, architecture, and eventually human rights have landed her in the far reaches of the world. She currently resides in the DC-Baltimore area and splits her time between there, Brooklyn, and her home in Kampala, Uganda.