Studio Munge's work has already seen Imagicasa’s website with the project Penthouse on the Esplanade, where Alessandro Munge is furnishing a luxury penthouse. With No 7 Rosedale, Munge once again manages to create a beautiful interior. Plunge into the world of studio Munge where luxurious and complex interior compositions are a daily occurrence.
No 7 Rosedale is a residential building with twenty-six suites on four floors. Siamak Hariri of Pontarini Architects designed the building for Platinum Vista, a Canadian real estate company. The landscaping was done by Janet Rosenberg & Studio and the interior was designed by Studio Munge.
Munge’s pride and joy is the wellness area.
Studio Munge is a Canadian studio that designs luxurious interiors under the direction of Alessandro Munge. His vision for the company is ‘Design may be what we do, but our real success comes from a passion to inspire—our clients, anyone who walks into one of our spaces, and our own team’. No 7 Rosedale is located in Rosedale, a small neighbourhood in Toronto. The property adjoins a ravine on which the exclusive penthouse has a stunning view. The suites are available in a light and dark colour palette. Both versions are decorated with luxurious materials, bronze details and designer furniture. The building has public areas where soft marble contrasts with dark walnut wood. The building's facilities include a wellness area with saunas and steam baths, a yoga room and a gym fitted with the latest fitness equipment. In the images Studio Munge tries out different compositions with self-produced furniture and eye-catching lamps. But Munge’s pride and joy is the wellness area: ‘I wanted the project's sophistication to permeate through all areas but especially the wellness centre. More than a typical gym, we give homeowners access to a collection of curated amenities - fitness, cardio, yoga, spa, all featuring soothing lighting and finishes alongside the very best of training equipment and services.’ Images courtesy of Studio Munge