Alessandro Munge, founder and director of Toronto-based Studio Munge, is grateful for his team’s diverse perspectives, talents, and experiences. He explains that “it results in spaces reimagined through passion and vision.”
“I am so incredibly grateful for the support we continue to receive from all our staff, our clients, our partners and governments, enabling us to thrive in this new environment; we are blessed.”
“The silver lining in all of this is the opportunity to reconnect with people and create more meaningful bonds.” Prior to the pandemic, Munge was always on the go, jet-setting from Los Angeles to Tokyo. “I used to spend so much time in the air that I had somewhat lost my spiritual connection to Canadian soil—and more importantly, with my team,” says Munge, who says that the pause has genuinely helped him regain control over how, and with whom, he spends his time.