Biography Robyn Huether is a registered Architect with over 15 years of heritage related project experience. Her conservation work involves restoration and adaptive re-use of heritage designated buildings and structures. Robyn's experience ranges from completing Heritage Impact Assessments and Conservation Plans to performing building condition assessments and consulting on building upgrades to full architectural services. She has experience working with a wide range of materials - decorative plaster, terra cotta, mosaic tile, concrete, brick, stain glass windows, wood windows and doors, metal framed windows and copper and slate roofs. Robyn understands the municipal, provincial and federal approvals process for heritage related projects. She has been involved in Award winning projects such as The Distillery District, the Bloor-Gladstone Library and the Former Much Music building. With her experience ranging in large to small scale conservation projects - Royal Ontario Museum, Galt Fire Hall Museum, University of Toronto and residential, she brings a holistic approach to every conservation project.
Academic Credentials OAA, RAIC (Member)
Profession , architect
Chapter Ontario and Nunavut