Hoda Baroudi and Maria Hibri are the Beirut-dased duo behind the Bokja concept. The Pair is a natural union of talent and creativity. They both share a common love for antiques and vintage furniture, as well as a passion for ancient textiles and tapestries from the Levant and countries along the Silk Road. Established in 2000, Bokja is an expression of respect and love for an age-old culture and aesthetic with a human approach. The concept stands for a poetic use of couleur, an emphasis on craftsmanship, and the sustainable use of available materials to express an artistic idea with an ever-present spiritual content.

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  1. Wow I haven’t seen anything like this before. I like the creatively. It is interesting seeing the french anitque style but with a new twist in color and design. very neat.


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