Emily Schilb

Emily Schilb

Port Saint Lucie, FL, US





Edward Dugger + Associates, Stuart, FL, US, Consultant

Working closely with architects, engineers, and independent clients to develop room acoustic strategies that enhance design and creatively solve problems. Projects include Theaters, Auditoriums, Churches, Schools, Transportation, Government, Entertainment and Hospitality Facilities.

Jun 2011 - current

Virginia Tech Center for Geospatial Information Technologies, Blacksburg, VA, US, Student Employee

Worked as part of a faculty-led student team to convert archived CAD drawings of campus buildings to a comprehensive campus-wide 3D model, accurately sited relative to GIS standards.

Aug 2010 - Jun 2011


Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA, US, MArch, Architecture

Master of Architecture with a Focus in Acoustics
Thesis: Chamber Hall Threshold Design and Acoustic Surface Shaping with Parametric Modeling

Aug 2009 - May 2011

University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, US, Bachelors, Architecture, Landscape Architecture

Bachelor of Design in Architecture
Minor in Landscape Architecture
Summa Cum Laude

Aug 2004 - May 2011


2014 Wimbledon Poster Design Competition, Nomination

Finalist, featured on ESPN's website.


AIA SFV IDP Design Competition, 2nd Place

The AlA SFV IDP Design Competition emerged in response to the challenges associates and emerging professionals face in gaining hours towards their NCARB certification on the path to licensure.

The competition, in two phases, involved the programming and design of the library of the future. The neighborhood library of the future will, undoubtedly, be a facility that is quite different from today’s library. The roles libraries play in the life of a neighborhood will evolve over time to provide a new and altered service to the public. The project program asked the question: What will those services be and into what physical form will the library morph to serve the community?


AIA AAJ Emerging Professionals Scholar, Scholarship

Scholarship and Travel Stipend to attend the AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice Fall Conference in Portland, OR. Produced 1 article and 2 infographics on acoustics in justice facilities.


Robert Bradford Newman Medal, Award

For Merit in Architectural Acoustics


Student Initiated Research Grant - Virginia Tech, Grant

For attendance to the Fourth Concert Hall Research Group.


Areas of Specialization