Eric McClelland, a University of Manitoba graduate, moved to Toronto in 1986. After positions with Ove Design, Manufacturers Life and Volgeysi & Propst Architects, he met Peter Lunney at a small firm called Citiworks Design - where the two completed designs and working drawings for over 40 Skydome skyboxes. A private residence designed in conjunction with acclaimed architect Gordon Ridgely brought Peter and Eric together, started their partnership and culminated in an ARIDO Silver Award of Excellence for Residential Interiors.
Fleur-de-lis Interior Design was founded in 1989 with a continuous mandate to create innovative and design forward interiors. The firm has established a strong presence in the residential market by presenting modern design, using simple playful forms and selecting a well-balanced mix of materials. Fleur-de-lis provides a clean and controlled design product, yet integrates client personality with decorating wit. Projects of all scales exemplify Fleur-de-lis' attention to detail, custom crafted millwork, award-winning lighting design and creative use of materials.
The firm's notoriety has been built on a succession of residential and commercial projects in the Toronto area, including private residences in prestigious Rosedale and Forest Hill, commercial projects in downtown Toronto, Port Credit, and outlying areas as well as Winnipeg, Vancouver, New York City, Boston, New England, Florida and Nassau.
Retail, Residential, Hospitality
Modernity of California beach houses mixes with British eclecticism in this Caribbean resort
For their 45 room resort venture, the clients envisioned the modernity of California beach houses with British eclecticism. Interior Designer: Eric McClelland, ARIDO Design...
Client's dreams of Parisian boho chic are achieved in this New York loft
Restrictions abounded in this New York renovation project after the client purchased a 3,100 square foot loft in Soho, New York. With a move-in date four months away, strict...