The Bokja signature for the Classics Collection is the assemblage surfaces. Through trade and travel, textiles, patterns and colors are collected from around the world, focusing on the Levant and Central Asia. In a Bokja assemblage, each piece upholds its individual physical identity as it becomes connected with foreign cultures and fabrics. The newly assembled textiles are then treated with contemporary embroideries in the Bokja Atelier and introduced in a new context, continuing the journey of the fabric story. The relevance lies in exploiting a perceived banality or overlooked appreciation in the history behind each fabric. The assemblage surfaces then become the upholstered skin of carefully curated objects ranging from furniture to one-off pieces. It is through these juxtapositions of disparate surfaces and its final application that the importance of each component becomes magnified. Bokja brings together poetic fragments of a time and place and situates them in unusual arrangements with a new context. A rich and unexpected new visual vocabulary is created of encoded information and aesthetic. Each piece created by Bokja is one of a kind, for this reason there might be slight differences with each piece purchased.