Bokja Design embarks on a new mission with the community organization ‘Phenomenal Women’ to create the Bokja Bralette.
Diya is a residential project located in the upscale area of Brasilia in Baabda, Lebanon. Bokja home-staged a unit to increase the home appeal to prospective families and individual buyers.
With Karim Chaya from Spock Design, we created a signature embroidered detail for all Ilili’s chairs, depicting pastoral scenes of the Lebanese landscape.
Worked closely with interior designer Ammar Basheir, we were commissioned to design and produce a series of tapestries touching on the Epic of Gilgamesh.
Commissioned by Aline Asmar d’Amman, the Founder of Culture in Architecture, to intervene on an 18th century Aubusson tapestry, magnifying details and reviving it through embroidery.
Women, Women, Women is an artistic intervention represented by five sculptures of women
”And Then There Were None”, Is an installation of tactile spheres each representing a leader from time. Injecting a twist of dark humor, we present the installation in parallel with the popular nursery rhyme, The Little Indians.
Shader is a waterproof canvas fabric commonly used to dress transportation vehicles. Its main function is to protect goods such as fruits and vegetables from natural elements as they travel long distances.
Strolling the streets of old Beirut, one gazes in wonder at its mysteries and layers of endless textures, remembering civilizations that passed through it and a recent ongoing history of constant permanence and impermanence.