Lilla believes that architecture has the potential and responsibility to address social and ecological challenges of our changing world. She is often invited as guest lecturer on architectural sustainability at ETH, BME and MOME, as well as leading a clinic project in Malawi at INGOG.
She holds BSc and MSc degrees in Architecture from ETH Zürich (distinction) and in Landscape Architecture from Corvinus University of Budapest (distinction). She gained her work experience in both fields by renowned offices in Switzerland and as a research assistant at ETH.
She received the ETH Medal and the international Architecture Masterprize for her master’s thesis. She was appointed as Excellence Scholar of ETH and received the Willi-Studer-Prize.