Emilija Landsbergis is a designer and educator from New York City. She has worked at numerous architecture offices including Efficiency Lab for Architecture, Oyler Wu Collaborative and Archi-Tectonics. At Efficiency Lab for Architecture, she developed a focus on institutional work, particularly schools and campus design. As an educator, Emilija has taught at Pratt Institute since 2018. She taught both Architecture and Urban Design, focusing on contemporary forms of design representation in both physical and digital mediums.
Emilija grew up in New York City, where she developed her love of architecture and the built environment. She, then, received her B.A in Architectural Studies with a minor in Mathematics from Mount Holyoke College, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. She then continued her studies at the University of Pennsylvania where she received her Masters of Architecture degree. In addition to working in both the practice of architecture and in academia, she also explores her design ideas through fashion and art has been featured in exhibitions in New York City.