"This picture was taken in Ibiza last year when the whole team went out. He was the happiest guy on the island but instead of spending it off clubbing all the time he stayed with the family and played with the kids by the pool, always making sure everyone was having a great holiday, helping with the food and generally just being Tomas.
"He was so pure and beautiful. An inspiration to us all, always postive, never complaining, working through the night to make sure the parties were the best they could be for you and us.
"We are all so devastated to lose him like this. Everything we do from now on is for you our brother."
Dan Perrin added on Facebook: "Heartbroken. Just so unfair that this beautiful young soul can be taken away so suddenly.
"Devastated beyond words by this.
"Tomas you were the first person to shake my hand when i joined the team and gave me a huge smile and made me feel part of the family right away.
"I have never seen anyone work so hard without complaint, be so brave and fearless.
"You were and will always be an inspiration.
"It was such a pleasure to see you behind the decks, with a huge Tomas smile loving the music and finding such joy from the results of your superhuman work.
"Everything we do from now is for you mate."
More than 100 firefighters were drafted out to tackle the huge blaze as the club caught fire on Monday morning.
Fifteen fire engines were also called and and the area was cordoned off due to explosive gas cylinders at the scene.
Fire crews later confirmed a man was rescued from the blaze.
Police initially arrested 14 people on suspicion of arson but they were later released without charge.
Dominic Longley wrote: "Someone I had the privilege of working with last year.
"A true gent and I'm sure someone who touched the lives of many with his humour and kindness. RIP to Tomukas Ceidukas❤️
Its website says: "Music and arts venue based on the Greenwich Peninsula that includes one of the largest terrace arenas in Europe.
"It's open all year round, heated and covered in winter against the elements."
Frequent users of the club said it had been recently refurbished and is known as one of London's best-loved spots for house and techno music, with promoters such as Home, Art Of Dark, Cocoon and Elrow hosting events there