Canada | Toronto

Nobu Toronto

Informed by NOBU’s timeless sophistication and the elegant minimalism of Japanese design, Studio Munge’s award-winning interiors are inspired by cultures and materiality. At the cultural epicenter of Toronto, NOBU is an unparalleled haven of exclusivity. Promoting a sense of discovery and mystery, we imagine an immersive journey curated with tactile materials and thoughtful design details. We envision harmonious volumes defined by the balance between light and dark, spaces elevated through the contrast between natural wood against stone. A grand circular glass atrium, grounded by a polished black granite pond, connects two amenity floors forming an ethereal expansion of the sky. Nobu offers a fitness center, yoga studio, spa, private lounges and a modern terrace granting repose and reflection. By modernizing traditional Japanese design details and selecting materials in their purest form, Studio Munge will create an environment infused with a grounding authenticity and a distinguished subdued luxury. In a celebration of materiality and craftsmanship, NOBU will rise as a sanctuary dedicated to thoughtful sophisticated living.


  • The arrival of Nobu | National Post

  • Nobu Hospitality Heads to Toronto | Boutique Design

  • Teeple Architects and Studio Munge to Collaborate on Nobu Toronto Development | Contract Magazine

  • Canada's first Nobu set to open in Toronto development | Metro

"Hotel, Residences, and Restaurant; this integrated Nobu property is the first of its kind to be announced. The hotel portion is very exclusive; we're taking a portion of what could have been the penthouses and made them into suites for hotel use like villas in the sky. We couldn't be more proud to bring this project to life in Toronto and set new standards for this incredibly exciting brand."

- Alessandro Munge


"I see Landscape Design as a dialogue between nature, humans and the built environment. For Nobu Toronto, I instantly knew we had to give the residents a dynamic yet quietly sophisticated solution. Piercing a hole in the podium allows day light and Canada's dramatic seasons to enter the building and express their unique beauty in the fitness centre's circular atrium."

Alessandro Munge