Tomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting Inc. is based in downtown Toronto, Canada. Led by Principal Partners Melandro Quilatan and Tania Richardson, the team at TPIDC Inc. is a collaboration of talented, energetic and experienced company of Interior Designers, Project Managers, Stylists and Procurement Agents along with a Resident Architect and In-house Graphic Designer.
A true expression of style and sophistication. Condominium residences at 609 Avenue Road north of St. Clair. Inspired living begins with where you live. This is your opportunity to live amongst ... go to project
The Bond condominiums, 290 Adelaide St West in Downtown Toronto. 40 storeys, developed by Lifetime Developments and designed by Core Architects. Interiors by Tomas Pearce, landscape by GH3. go to project
HighPark Condos Toronto by The Daniels Corporation and Diamond Schmitt Architect.
Located on Bloor Street, just west of Keele Street, and directly across from Toronto’s largest urban park – High ... go to project
Introducing Jade Condominiums, an intimate 7-storey condominium highlighted by modern design and smart amenities at the centre of culture and convenience in uptown Toronto. Just steps to Bayview ... go to project
Quadrangle Architects in collaboration with Phantom Developments is pleased to present Jade Waterfront Condominiums. The 41-storey condo is slated for development on Lake Shore Boulevard West at ... go to project
NEW RELEASE OF FLOORS AND SUITES LAST CHANCE TO OWN AT OCEAN CLUB
Those seeking resort-inspired condominium living on the lake will find their ship has come in at Ocean Club in Etobicoke. ... go to project
Launching soon, The Kennedys will reflect the quality and pride of craftsmanship of SAMM Developments, developer of international experience and reputation. By the Delta Toronto East Hotel, this ... go to project
Commanding the heart of your neighbourhood, the Yorkville corners on the secret gem of tree-lined McMurrich Street, with the convenience and ease of access of Davenport Road. Just steps from ... go to project