If you are in Beirut, check out the lovely event hosted by Bokja in Saifi Village.
Bokja is sharing their latest project, ‘Goods’. The new collection encapsulates a series of playful objects, from dining chairs to aprons, that explore our modern-day relationship to food and consumerism.
Join them at the Bokja Space in Saifi Village Beirut, on March 13th from 4 – 9 pm to experience the Goods.
A pop-up Goods Cafe will be open from March 16 – 21 from 11 – 4 pm daily serving delicious juices, coffees, and goodies from Joanna’s Table and La Boulangere Bio.
Bokja has proudly partnered with the Lebanese Food Bank to donate a part of the proceeds from the collection and the cafe.
Bokja’s mission is to find beauty and appreciation in the imperfect, to gather the unexpected and to seek out the human emotion and connect. Established in Beirut 15 years ago by designers Huda Baroudi and Maria Hibri, the uncompromising vision of the studio led it to become an originator in surface fabrication. Quickly attracting an international cult following, it has been featured in the leading galleries, exhibitions, concept stores, and permanent museum collections around the world.
More details on the event: Link
More about the Lebanese Food Bank: Link