Studio IDC’s journey spans several decades, marked by long-lasting relationships with our clients and suppliers. Our distinctive trait is our heritage, which is grounded in family values and industry expertise. Recently, our Chief Creative Officer Todd Tyler participated in a panel discussion presented by Jerry Pair during South Florida Design Park’s Fall Market. The panel, moderated by Florida Design Editor-in-Chief Luis Rigal, delved into the complexities of managing remote projects and international design. Todd was joined by fellow panelists Phyllis Taylor, co-principal of Taylor & Taylor, and Lauren Czarniecki, founder and principal designer of Czar Interiors. Here are some of the highlights!
Introducing 1818 Park and Casa Murano, two of Studio IDC’s exceptional and distinctive residential design projects in Broward County, Florida. These distinguished properties – both collaborations with South Florida-based developer GCF Development – showcase our unwavering commitment to visionary design.
Join Todd Tyler, the visionary Chief Creative Officer of Studio IDC, as he takes the stage alongside esteemed Florida designers in an engaging panel discussion on the complexities of managing remote projects. Prepare to dive into the world of design without borders at “Expanding Your Horizons: A Panel Discussion on Navigating Remote Projects” at the Jerry Pair Showroom on Thursday, Nov. 2, from 3-4 p.m., during the South Florida Design Park Fall Market.
We’re honored that Studio IDC has been selected as a finalist for TWO prestigious SBID International Design Awards! These awards are a global celebration of interior design excellence, and we couldn’t be more proud to be recognized among the industry’s best.