Olha Romaniuk is the SEGD Singapore Chapter Chair and a studio manager of a museum planning and design firm Gallagher & Associates Asia.
With a background in architecture, Olha Romaniuk has honed her spatial and environmental design skills working architectural and exhibition design firms in the United States and Singapore. Currently, a studio manager of Gallagher & Associates Asia, based in Singapore, Olha oversees projects in cultural, educational and entertainment sectors in Singapore and the region.
An avid proponent of holistic approach to every design challenge, Olha believes in meaningful and purposeful solutions that go beyondthe pure aesthetics or latest trends. She is inspired by designs that break the mould – whether it is through the exploration of construction methods, innovative space planning, graphics or simply through rethinking everyday objects.
Aside from managing a design practice, Olha is also a contributor to regional and international design publications, includingInterior Design, Dwell, Design Anthology and others, writing primarily about topics centered around architecture and design.
Prior to joining Gallagher & Associates Asia, Olha Romaniuk was a designer at Venturi Scott Brown and Associates (Philadelphia, PA), FRCH Design Worldwide (Cincinnati, OH) and VITETTA (Philadelphia, PA). Some of her previous and current clients include:
- Keppel Centre for Art Education, Singapore
- Piramal Art Foundation, India
- Afalula, Paris, France
- Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence and Historical Trail, Hong Kong
- Department of Culture and Tourism, Abu Dhabi, UAE
- National Heritage Board, Singapore
- National Gallery Singapore
- Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
- Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore
- The Ministry of Defence, Singapore
- The Maritime Port Authority, Singapore
- Wildlife Reserves Singapore
- Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University, Boston, MA
- Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, PA
- Treasure Island Casino and Resort, Las Vegas, NV
Olha Romaniuk holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania and Master of Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati.