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Danielle Myronyk

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Danielle Myronyk is an OAA Intern Architect at ERA Architects where she works on a wide range of heritage conservation projects. She holds both a Bachelor of Architectural Studies in Design and a Master of Architecture degree from Carleton University. Her master’s thesis explores climate change resiliency of heritage buildings through best-practices conservation management. It received an honourable mention for the 2022 HODI (Historic Ottawa Development Inc.) Award for Built Heritage Conservation.

Prior to joining ERA, Danielle worked in both the public and private sectors on some of the most recognizable buildings within the National Capital Region, including the Confederation Building, East Block and Centre Block on Parliament Hill. Upon graduation, she completed the SSHRC funded New Paradigms/ New Tools for Architectural Heritage in Canada programme, developing an expertise in new digital technologies and ethical techniques for cultural heritage documentation.

Danielle is passionate about the intersection between new technologies and adaptive reuse. She is an ICOMOS Canada Emerging Professional and is fluent in English and French.

OAA Intern
Carleton University — MArch
[email protected]


  • HODI (Historical Ottawa Development Inc): Built Heritage Conservation—Honourable Mention, 2022
  • ICOMOS Canada: Emerging Professional