Our work is rooted in memory; capturing moments from the past to reflect on the present. Through our latest Wearables collection, we remember our long and repeated journeys through the Silk Road, searching for and witnessing an ages-old savoir faire through textiles.
These textiles and the extraordinary women that produced them were our first school, a space to reflect on heritage and craftsmanship. We collected and archived what we found and imagined all the possibilities of what it could become, harvesting new and contemporary items to wrap the body with poetically assembled impressions of the past.
Our Bokja Home Collection is composed of eclectic characters including grand sofas and quirky cushions. Each piece communicates a sumptuous message on its surface, rich in color, pattern, and craft sensibility.
For this Summer-Spring 2022 season, we revisit the classic film and Broadway musical, ‘The Sound of Music’, capturing scenes of the story to create a series of crafted skins to dress our furniture and cushions.
Wake up and feel the sting!
A special collaboration with our favorite designer Laura Gonzalez! A pleasure to have worked on a fine-looking bed cover embroidered by our skilled artisans.
Laura Gonzalez showcased a scenography focusing on decorative landscape influenced by the East “La révélation m’est venue d’Orient”.
The design depicts the shape of a moon entrelace with the sun as imagined by Laura Gonzales. Our team of artisans embroidered it using silver and bronze yarns to embody her design.
Photos credits : @stephanjulliard
Bokja is committed to sustainable practices and is adapting the brand to reflect its growing commitment. In 2020 the brand began using organic poplin, seeking to further expand its material repertoire to be in-line with global standards in the field.
As a crusade for the endangered bees, a series of installations was initiated to raise awareness about the disappearing honeybees and to keep the little champions buzzing.
Bokja partnered with Tahaddi, an organization that strives to provide quality health and education services to economically and socially marginalized families in Beirut. By commissioning the production of all Bokja packaging to the Tahaddi Sewing Atelier, we support their mission in eradicating poverty by empowering women in this practical skill training program.