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    To be a preferred interior design company in quality service and technologically advanced communications and to offer a complete solution to our clients’ needs.
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    Provide a complete service that is of the highest quality in speed, efficiency, communications and cost; and exceeds client’s expectations.
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    With our passion for design, creativity and imagination obsession for details and leadership, we will always strive for continuous improvement.

About Us

CREATIVE STUDIOS LIMITED, an interior architectural designing firm in Dar es Salaam is headed by Sandra A. Mushi, a talented, creative and enthusiastic individual with over 15 years of experience ininterior design and architecture. With training and qualification in interior design from Cape Peninsular University of Technology in Cape Town, South Africa, Sandra brings a wealth of knowledge and subject matter expertise in this space with proven track record in the industry.

Influenced by her passion of the arts and design, Sandra sets out from the beginning with an intuitive approach that responds to the varying human needs of sanctuary and repose, display and simulation. Today, she shares her commitment to excellence and her pursuit for the extraordinary.

While aiming to provide first class interior and furniture design services, CREATIVE STUDIOS makes individuality our business drawing our inspiration from local and international cultures, nature and innovation.

CREATIVE STUDIOS takes prides in our ability to translate a design from drawing board to reality.

Our Beliefs, Determination and Action


Throughout our work there is a determination to improve on existing methods and materials to produce solutions which look better, lasts and are financially viable. We strive to develop high standard of design and specifications.


CREATIVE STUDIOS strives, owing to our clients’ increased understanding to have professional interior design carried out in and around their premises. While we highly recommends use of locally available materials, we also have a network of international suppliers for products that may not be locally available.


CREATIVE INTERIORS also has an extensive sample library thereby ensuring a reliable and cost effective source of large selection of healthy construction and finishing materials.


CREATIVE STUDIOS strives to create and design interior spaces that add value to the building and experience within each space. The interior design services offered in new as well as refurbishment projects, from the conceptualization stage to snagging and handing over include;

CREATIVE STUDIOS prides herself in the ability to translate a design from drawing board to reality.

Range of Projects



Learning Centres
Health Centres



Shopping malls




  • 01
    Aggrey & Clifford head office
    Dar es Salaam
    interior, furniture designing, branding and supervision
  • 02
    Smile Communications Head Office
    Dar es Salaam.
    interior, furniture designing, branding and supervision
  • 03
    UBL Bank (Tanzania) Limited
    Dar es Salaam.
    interior, joinery work designing, branding and supervision
  • 04
    Exim Bank Staff Training Centre
    Dar es Salaam.
    interior, joinery work designing, branding and supervision
  • 05
    Exim Bank Head Office
    11th floor, Dar es Salaam.
    interior, joinery work designing and supervision
  • 06
    Exim Bank Corporate Branch
    interior, joinery work designing, branding and supervision
  • 07
    Masha's Residence
  • 08
    BancABC Offices
    Dar es Salaam.
    interior, furniture designing, branding and supervision
  • 09
    Emerson Education
    Dar es Salaam.
    interior, furniture designing, branding and supervision
  • 10
    Gabriel & Co Law Firm
    Dar es Salaam.
    interior, joinery work designing and branding
  • 11
    Roby & Martha Monyo’s residential house
    Dar es Salaam.
    architectural concept designing and supervision of the structure construction
  • 12
    MG Real Estate serviced apartments
    Dar es Salaam.
  • 13
    Deloitte Tanzania offices
    Dar es Salaam.
    supervision of the fit out and installation and project management

Principal Designer

Sandra Aikaruwa Mushi

Sandra has extensive experience in designing and implementing various architectural as well as interior architectural design projects. Her earlier design projects in Tanzania, when working for M D CONSULTANCY-architects include IMMMA House, PPF Conference Centre, Kilimanjaro Kempinski Hotel and African Tulip Boutique Hotel Arusha.

Sandra experience is also in space layout and designing office furniture while working for Ergoform PTY – creating products conforming to the client’s corporate image. Products include reception desks, boardroom tables, screening systems as well as bars. Earlier major projects she has carried out include BoE Bank, BKS, Potgieter Group, Medscheme, Novare, Ministry of Water Affairs and Swiss Re Abvest.

When in South Africa, Sandra worked for The Design Company also worked specifically on the Woolworths Project and The Foschini Group’s @home Project. Major projects include Woolworths Century City, Woolworths Menlyn, Woolworths Claremont Fish Market, Woolworths Piet Retief, Woolworths Vryheid, Woolworths Hans Strydom – all in South Africa as well as Woolworths Lobatse, Woolworths Dubai, Woolworths Bahrain and Woolworths Abu Dhabi; Foschini Group’s @Home projects included @Home Eastgate, @Home Menlyn and @Home Century City.

Sandra is also a poet and a published author of RHYTHM OF MY RHYME, a collection of poems and STAINS ON MY KHANGA, a collection of short stories and poems.


Member of:


Our Team

Miriam Mremi

Miriam Mremi

Interior Designer

Miriam is a young vibrant interior designer who is drawn by her love of indoors. She is set to design spaces that are comfortable, functional and which motivates users to accomplish their goals. Attaining her inspiration from nature on how every element is uniquely created yet interconnected. She aims in creating aesthetically pleasing spaces with individuality that blends with its surroundings. She is armed with space planning, computer-aided designing, and 3d visualization skills, which allows her to achieve her design goals while serving clients in realizing their dreams of spaces they will love to live in. Miriam is also eagerly expanding her knowledge in project management and supervision. Miriam is looking to bloom in the design field while focusing on creating world-class hospitality and living spaces.

Neemaeli Mkony

Interior Architect and Designer

Tanzania born and raised, England schooled, aspiring, bilingual Interior Architect and Designer, Neemaeli has been lucky enough to soak up the rich arts and cultures from the countries she has travelled to. Her personal love for art started at a young age. She later discovered interior design which she fell in love with. Neemaeli knew that she had to pursue a career in this field – of which she successfully did at the University of Hertfordshire, England. She is armed with space planning, computer aided designing and 3D visualisation skills which allows her to be able to push herself in different mediums in order to let her clients visions come to fruition in a timely fashion. Neemaeli is also furtively expanding her knowledge in project management, as well as supervision. She aims to grow further within this field and aims to stretch herself thin in order to cover as many avenues necessary to achieve client satisfaction, through designing functional and beautiful world-class spaces

Rose Ngongoseke

Rose Ngongoseke

Interior Designer

It was through working in marketing and sales that Rose realised that she was drawn towards well designed spaces. This was further confirmed during her travels when working as a flight attendant where she would ask about different architectural design styles and finishing materials.
With a growing passion of creating beautiful, functional spaces, Rose then decided to pursue an Interior Design Diploma at BHC School of Design in Cape Town, South Africa. The only registered interior design institution in Cape Town that specializing entirely and only in Interior Design Education. She then discovered her style to be industrial modern as she likes to pull rustic texture into a contemporary aesthetic.
Rose believes the best part of design is connecting with the client and understand what their needs are for space in the most comprehensive way. Rose also enjoys doing creative project that challenge her interior designing skills and creativity constantly, believing that creativity in design is something that has no limits.

Sylvia Mtendamema

Sylvia Mtendamema

Quantity Surveyor & Project Manager

A graduate from Ardhi university with a degree in Building Economics, Sylvia is a goal achiever and a great time manager. This gives her a passionate drive in project management as her main focus in the field is to see a target reached on time. Once a goal is set Sylvia puts on a drive mode and stays motivated while steering the wheel to the end of road.
A bonus of construction economics, construction management and cost management knowledge makes out for her best growing skills in project management. The love she has for beautiful spaces and art makes her the best project manager in the interior design projects.
Sylvia aspires to combine her skills, passion, experience and strengths to make the best project manager and a quantity surveyor out.

Rachel Mapunda

Rachel Mapunda

Office Manager

Rachel is the first voice you hear when you call and the first smiling face you see when you enter our office. Being a passionate generalist, she enjoys what life has to offer her and is always interested in trying new things.
As an experienced team leader in multiple projects and industries in both public and private sector, Rachel draws on her depth of experience to craft creative solutions that ensure a clients’ satisfaction. Passionate about problem solving and a true people-person, she loves that she can combine the two in her profession.
Rachel understands that it is okay to color outside the lines, and seeks to blur the hard edges of the world. While continually absorbing the world around her, she is able to filter the noise and focus on the fundamentals of any obstacle.
With Rachel, things might seem unlikely, but not impossible.

the big question

The terms “Interior Designer” and “Interior Decorator” are often used interchangeably, as if they are identical professions, but while both have the ability to create beautiful rooms and their roles often overlap, there are fundamental differences between them:

Interior Architect and Interior Designer

The professional interior architect/ designer is a person qualified by education, experience and recognized skills. This profession is the art of coordinating and managing projects to create a functional, but also pleasing space within a building. An interior architect/designer, therefore:

  • identifies, researches and creatively solves problems pertaining to the function and quality of the interior environment,
  • performs services relative to interior spaces including programming, design analysis, space planning, aesthetics and inspection of work on site using specialized knowledge of interior construction, building systems and components, building regulations, equipment, materials and furnishings,
  • prepares technical drawings and documents relative to the design of interior spaces, in order to enhance the quality of life and protect the health, safety and welfare of the public; and
  • knows what it takes to design a healthy workplace, with higher efficiencies, functionality and beauty that reflects the clients’ needs and brand in a unique and specific way.

Interior Decorator

The professional interior decorator is a person qualified by education, experience and recognized skills. However, an interior decorator is not required to take any formal training or schooling. This professional mainly involves individual talent or skills to work with fabrics, room layouts and furniture styles. They give a room personality and can help clients choose colours, purchase furniture and household accessories. An interior decorator, therefore:

  • is primarily concerned with the functional and decorative planning of the interior of a structure; and
  • applies decorating principles to beautify a space by planning the layout of the area, taking the activities of the area into consideration; and
  • styles a room by selecting and placing furniture, accessories and decorative finishes such as cushions, lampshades and window treatments.
CREATIVE STUDIOS LIMITED is an interior architecture/designing firm not an interior decorating firm.
Some clients are frightened off by the perceived costs of using an Interior Designer or Decorator believing that they are outrageously expensive and are only intent on impressing their own style on your residence/office space.
However, not using a designer can work out costlier in the long run, as well as time-consuming and stressful. Clients do not always have the time to explore the endless possibilities available to create their dream environments. Trying to choose from among the myriad of products offered in stores and publications is confusing and overwhelming. The end result of a do-it-yourself job is often a dreadful mistake that is even more expensive to undo.
Using the services of a professional designer is therefore highly recommended. Every designer is unique and their charges vary according to their knowledge and experience so that you should be able to find a designer that meets your needs.

Here are some guidelines to follow:


A professional designer will help clients to find the best value and quality. They should consider all of the client’s ideas and find ways for them to achieve their goals.

Contract Terms:

The contract should outline not only the legal terms but also the plans that you and your designer have discussed.

The ideal is to find a trained professional with expertise, creative flair, extensive knowledge of their own and associated industries, a network of proven suppliers and who is capable of completing the job on time and to budget. Always ask to see a portfolio of work that they have completed. All designers develop their own personal style, which is evident in their
Share your ideas with the designer and give them as much information about your requirements as possible, including your particular likes and dislikes, so that these can be incorporated into the design. Ask lots of questions to establish whether the designer is able to accurately interpret your brief. Thereafter trust the designer to use his/her experience, talent and vision to

Consultation Fee

An initial consultation fee is usually charged at an hourly rate and is applicable until the client and the designer reach an agreement for the proposed work and sign a contract.

Design Fee

An hourly design fee is charged for layout and perspective drawings. Costs are based on the time and effort required. These are time-consuming, so clarify the design fee upfront.

Project Management Fee

This is levied for overseeing construction and site management of the project. The percentage charged will depend on the amount of time and expertise required. Travelling expenses are levied if the designer is required to work out of town or on international projects.

Payment of Fees

These can be levied according to the various stages of the project. Usually a 50% advance deposit is required and the balance is paid on invoice.


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P.O. Box 106050, Dar es Salaam,