Bokja Design

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Bokja Design

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Beirut based design studio, Bokja Design, uses old and new fabrics, along with embroidery and embellishment, to upholster a range of objects, particularly furniture. Their aim is to preserve local traditions while creating contemporary pieces. Their products are quirky, colourful, and playful, and as well as furniture, they produce scarves, soft furnishings and even architectural pieces and installations. 

Their website is as quirky as their products although this makes it a bit cumbersome to navigate. For something a little bit different take a look at their Mashrabiyas which are covered in textiles (traditional Arabic architecture of lattice work windows or screens), their installations, as well as their range of furniture.

Hear the designers from Bokja talking about their work

This Bokja range is inspired by our relationship with food and uses reclaimed materials from food transport vehicles to create bags, furniture and other objects.


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