About the Company
LEX PARKER DESIGN CONSULTANTS LTD., is an interior design firm that has worked extensively throughout the Niagara Region and beyond for forty years. This is an accomplishment they are proud to promote!
A graduate of Interior Design at Ryerson University in 1968, Lex A. Parker started his own practice in the Hamilton area, eventually moving the design firm to St. Catharines, Ontario where it has operated since 1989. His wife and partner, a former teacher and art student, joined the business in 1975 and manages the business and marketing.
The firm has a distinct advantage with the wide scope of work they do and have gradually broadened their design to include not only the interior design of hotels, restaurants, stores, corporate offices, healthcare facilities and residential projects but also to tourist attractions such as resorts, museums, yacht interiors and graphic design for signage, logos, and websites. iCatcher Web Design is a division of Lex Parker Design Consultants Ltd.
The design office is centrally located in St. Catharines, Niagara Region, with projects in the Ontario Golden Horseshoe from Toronto to Fort Erie, including Oakville, Burlington, Waterdown, Ancaster, Hamilton, Stoney Creek, Grimsby, Beamsville, Vineland, Jordan, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Niagara Falls.
The work of Lex Parker Design Consultants can be also found across Canada and in locations in the United States, such as Las Vegas, Sarasota, Branson and Orlando. They have designed concepts for a NASCAR museum and traveling exhibit.
Lex A. Parker was a member of the Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario (ARIDO) and (IDC) for forty years and received a President’s Citation from ARIDO. The design staff is dedicated to providing a complete design service.
Nickerson Appliances, Queenston Duty Free Store, Critelli's Fine Furniture, Transitions Furniture, Port Colborne Library, Talk Wireless, Niagara Outfitters
| Niagara Community Design Awards
Lex was honoured to receive a second place award for his recent project at the Niagara Community Design Awards in Urban Design & Architecture.
The category was for "Adaptive Reuse" in which we converted an old concrete block industrial warehouse into the corporate offices for Community Living Grimsby, Lincoln and West Lincoln.