Bokja is the skin, a surface, the external expression, dealing primarily with textiles to create tactile and personable objects. Its signature is a visually chaotic assembly of fabric pieces stitched together to form a unified message. Bokja brings together poetic fragments of time and place and situates them in unusual arrangements; a rich and unexpected visual language is created.
Textile making and embellishment has been a significant part of Middle Eastern craft for several millenia. Bokja unearths this age-old tradition, redefining it in a contemporary voice. Bokja’s textile laboratory is composed of a solid network of specialized artisans, serving as a preserver of textile practices and a gatherer of stories.
From the Sound of Music collection
Flowers follow us throughout our lives as we grow old, from the moment of birth to our eternal rest. Flowers grant us words to express our unspeakable emotion.