Studio Munge: The Best Projects – Studio Munge is the fresh iteration of Italian designer Alessandro Munge’s 20 years of experience creating extraordinary interiors. Driven to create an unforgettable design, Studio Munge has cultivated award-winning projects based on partnerships with the world’s preeminent hotel and restaurant groups, development companies, and top chefs. Join the Modern Chandeliers blog and discover Studio Munge‘s design projects.
Nº 7, ROSEDALE
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. Perfectly integrated into the residential streetscape and adjacent ravine, it is a harmonious property that dances to the beat of Canada’s vibrant four seasons.
In the heart of fashionable Yorkville, nestled in between designer boutiques and world-renown jewellers, Amal shines bright as the “Life of the Party” introducing mystical flavours and style to the upscale Toronto neighbourhood. Opened in the summer 2020 following over 25 years of creative partnerships, the joyful restaurant is the latest entertainment haven by hospitality maverick Charles Khabouth of INK Entertainment and award-winning designer Alessandro Munge bringing together families and friends in the (re)discovery of Lebanese culture.
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NATASHA THE RESIDENCES
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.
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PENDRY TAMPA RESIDENCES
Elegantly positioned, Pendry Tampa sits in harmony with its surroundings, overlooking the calming flow of the Hillsborough River. Complementing the brave architecture by Arquitectonica, the soulful design by Studio Munge for Two Roads Development places a strong emphasis on materiality, enabling storytelling materials to charm residents and their guests alike through light and muted textural palette. The timeless craftsmanship of warm walnut, stone, and subtle earth tones displayed throughout create at Pendry Tampa a strong sense of place that feels both familiar and inspiring — a sophisticated world where California modernism and coastal Florida connect.
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