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Shannon Clayton

Shannon Clayton

Shannon Clayton, B.ArchSci, M.Arch, is an Architect at ERA. She holds a Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Architectural Science from Ryerson University. At ERA, Shannon has contributed to numerous restoration projects in the City of Toronto, including early 20th century commercial buildings, art deco, and postwar modern buildings.

Shannon has a special interest in the conservation and adaptive reuse of modern heritage buildings, and the evolution of commercial storefront design.

In 2012, Shannon worked with the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario’s NextGen group to initiate an annual Design Charrette. The single-day collaborative exercise invites students and young professionals of various disciplines to envision the potential transformation of a heritage site. Shannon served as coordinator for the 2012, 2013, and 2015 events. The charrette continues to be a popular annual event.

Ryerson University — Master of Architecture / Ryerson University — Bachelor of Architectural Science
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