Tōji is the next project that VOID brings to you. The apartment got its name from this Japanese term, due to the treatment and details found in it, where the latter are all in plaster and micro cement.
This time, we are in a space which, is carved with the taste and style that has been proposed by VOID and is a part of its identity. Materials as natural as plaster, create an oasis of works of art such as the wall of 670 spheres; personalized studio creation, each crafted in the same way as lighting fixtures or sculptures.
Among the latter, the sculpture of Father Gjergj Fishta stands out as the largest and most powerful figure of Albanian literature, placed at the head of the hall, turning the latter into a solemn space.
VOID decided that all these works of art should be present, mainly in common areas, to give the idea of a permanent exhibition, to offer culture, in addition to functional and aesthetic solutions that the architect undoubtedly provides in other areas of the house, where the language of the interior is facilitated, so that the focus is on the great artistic work that has been realized.
This added value in the daily life of the users, represents the most unique treatment that can be applied to an apartment and the purpose of the design that creates VOID.