You might be able to tell from its name where the Philodendron Giganteum is headed - these plants, when well loved, will get big and beautiful and provide a lot of height and fill to your space.
They require bright, indirect light (a little direct light a few hours a day would be good, too) and watering when the top inch or two of soil is dry. Water about twice a week in the summers and more sparsely in the winters. We'd suggest a mixture of soils with plenty of organic matter for the roots to wrap around.
Considered slightly toxic to pets.