Maya Przybylski

Maya Przybylski

Toronto, ON, CA



Maya Przybylski is a Toronto based designer and educator. She is a graduate of the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto (M.Arch. 2007) where she was awarded the Royal Architectural Institute Medal for her thesis work on post-oil opportunities for the Caspian Sea. Maya previously earned a degree with a specialization in Software Engineering at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto (B.Sc.Hon. 2003). Maya is an Assistant Professor at the School of Architecture at the University of Waterloo. She hasalso  taught at the University of Toronto and  Ryerson University. Through her own practice Maya has collaborated with a range of design practices including: RVTR, Lateral Office, WilliamsonWilliamson, and Bruce Mau Design. In 2008, Maya became a director of InfraNet Lab, a non-profit research collective probing the spatial byproducts of contemporary resource logistics. The Lab's research into urban infrastructures is published in Pamphlet Architecture 30 (2010). Maya is co-editor of On Farming, Bracket 1 (Actar, 2010).



University of Waterloo, Assistant Professor

Sep 2011 - current

InfraNet Lab, Director

May 2008 - current


University of Toronto, MArch, Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Design

Sep 2003 - May 2007

University of Toronto, Bachelors, Computer Science - Software Engineering

Sep 1999 - May 2003