David Giral Photography Blog | On Assignment: Interior Photography – Bloor Street Condo with a Stunning View for TACT Design
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On Assignment: Interior Photography – Bloor Street Condo with a Stunning View for TACT Design

First and foremost, I’d like to wish to all the viewers of this blog all the Best for 2019! It’s always a pleasure to share with you my latest projects.


I couldn’t have found a better way to kickstart the year on the blog than this post. It’s not everyday that you get the chance to photograph a condo located in the heart of one of the tallest new towers built in downtown Toronto: 1 Bloor Street E.


Designed by Toronto firm TACT Design and Architecture, this condo located at the 53rd floor is albeit relatively small in size. However, it does feature ingenious design and a stunning view as illustrated by the last photo of this series.


A little like the previous post, my client wanted the space to be photographed at dusk to showcase the Toronto skyline as much as possible.

I love the blue hues coming from the windows at nightfall, I like how the colour balances out the warmer tones of the interior.It makes the space feel cozier and adds to the classy look of this bedroom for instance.I do have to admit, the view is nothing short of breathtaking and one of the most impressive I’ve shot in my whole career.Thanks for viewing!

David Giral is a published Montreal/Toronto based editorial and commercial professional photographer specialized in architecture, interiors, portrait and travel photography.

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