THANK YOU FOR YOUR REQUEST
We will be in touch soon.
Today we will share with you some of one of the best modern sofa design in Toronto from Studio Munge which has cultivated award-winning projects. Perfectly situated at the intersection of maturity and evolution, Studio Munge’s growing portfolio is a testament to our ability to overcome business challenges with emotive design solutions.
Studio Munge is the fresh iteration of Italian designer Alessandro Munge’s 20 years of experience creating extraordinary interiors. Driven by a passionate curiosity in the human experience, and believing that a sense of wonder and discovery are key to the creation of meaningful environments, Studio Munge creates luxurious design experiences that are warm and timeless—but also surprising and dramatic, so if you love this concept discover more about modern sofa design by one of the best studios of interior design in Toronto.
Their unique approach combines their clients’ business needs with unparalleled design solutions that will yield emotive, functional, human-conscious, beautifully designed interiors. Studio Munge brings stories to life in a way that takes the visitor on an emotional journey through space. The holistic approach, in which no detail is overlooked, instills their projects with purpose and beauty in equal measure so that’s why we think you can find the best modern sofa design inspiration here.
In the heart of Toronto’s most cherished Rosedale, behind a retaining wall of preserved heritage stone, stands a sanctuary dedicated to the Art of Living.
With progressive architecture by acclaimed Hariri Pontarini Architects, landscaping by renowned Janet Rosenberg, and interiors by award-winning Studio Munge, No 7 Rosedale by Platinum Vista is a ballet of materiality and textures.
Celebrating the enigmatic personality with elegance and uniqueness, Natasha The Residences designed by award-winning Studio Munge for Lanterra Developments is a project inspired by limelight darling Natasha Koifman.
Surrounded by the exhilarating lights of Toronto’s culturally rich Entertainment District, is an intimate sanctuary honoring prestige and Japanese minimalism.
Introducing the iconic Nobu Hospitality Group to the city, Studio Munge’s Gallery embodies the holistic mystery and journey through Nobu’s first fully integrated hotel, residential, and restaurant development.
The interiors feature a soft, neutral color palette accented by sculptural elements and natural material finishes, including a leather-finished, two-way Costa Azure marble fireplace in the main-level dining room and sculptural spiral staircase separating the living and dining areas.
writen by Mariana Alves