Toronto

Forest Hill Residence

Located in Toronto's most prized neighbourhood, Forest Hill Residence is a sanctuary of elegance with design architecture, landscaping, and experiential interiors by Studio Munge. Imagined as an urban resort and a retreat within the city, the property celebrates indoor/outdoor living through thoughtful programming, terraced landscaping and biophilic art. Honouring timeless residential forms through clean lines and honest materiality such as natural stone and bronze, Forest Hill Residence is a place of beauty to unwind and come together as a family supported by modern comforts, high tech performance and thoughtful organization. Artfully curated with rich textures, graceful proportions and understated luxury, the home radiates a sense of wonder while promoting human connection and wellbeing.

Playing with levels and making the most of underground volumes, the home also includes a pool pavilion reached through the inner courtyard, an indoor tennis court, a fitness centre, a spa with a dry sauna, and a steam room. Host to precious collections, the underground 10-car garage features an integrated carwash while an entertainment salon and media room connect to a stellar wine cellar. Discover today a most extraordinary dwelling promoting indoor/outdoor living and a connected lifestyle in the heart of Forest Hill.

Forest Hill is a neighbourhood like no other in our city, incredibly sophisticated and rich in history that must be respected and celebrated. And so our architecture and cascading landscaping thoughtfully speak to the local context while also displaying individuality and timeless relevance.

Alessandro Munge

The contemporary yet refined details and emotive honest materiality are what make this residence so special. We developed this home with love and respect for the neighbourhood looking to leave behind an outstanding piece of architecture and a residence that not only behaves like a tailored home for its owners but also inspires a new generation of luxury residences.

Alessandro Munge