Isora x Lozuraityte Studio for Architecture (IXL) was founded by architects Petras Išora and Ona Lozuraitytė in 2014 in Vilnius, where it is based.​ ​Creative duo exercise a cooperative practice, linking the spheres of architecture, public space and infrastructure, design, art, ecology, landscape and environments of display.


IXL studio has actively participated in numerous interdisciplinary collaborations on environments and objects of vide variety of scales, both nationally and internationally in dialogue with other practices within the field of art and architecture.


Creative practice integrates urban narratives, public spaces, landscapes, infrastructures, domestic environments, social and cultural connections, material flows and experiments with the matter in scales of exhibition, interior design, public furniture and architecture of the wider environment.


With a dedicated focus on material experimentation and contextual analysis IXL explore architectural concepts that foster sustainable, dialogical and unique environments.


IXL was awarded the 2021 Vilnius City Municipality Award of St. Christopher for “a synergy between conceptual art and architecture.” In 2023 they were awarded as emerging architects of the year by the Lithuanian Union of Architects for pedestrian bridges in Kaunas. They have created award-winning architectural designs for riverfront public spaces and bridges, sustainable strategies for buildings of culture, and reactivation projects for buildings and public spaces for interdisciplinary communities. Išora and Lozuraitytė have created architecture for numerous important exhibitions, including the Baltic Triennial 14; Jonas Mekas and the New York Avant-Garde, National Gallery of Art, Vilnius (2021); a permanent exhibition ’Display of Lithuanian art’ at the National Gallery of Art, Vilnius; the Lithuanian Space Agency; and Julijonas Urbonas’s installation at the Venice Biennale of Architecture (2021). They were the curatorial team behind the exhibition Forming the Landscape at the National Gallery of Art, Vilnius (2017), and co-curators of the Baltic pavilion at the 2016 Venice Biennale Architettura. The duo has collaborated with Pakui Hardware for many years, contributing to the implementation of large-scale installations in multiple European institutions.






Nominee at European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture / Mies van der Rohe Awards with two projects – Bridge Plaza and FF2 Optic House, 2023


Shortlisted in Lithuanian National Architecture Awards (NAA) / Public space category – Bridge Plaza, 2023


1st Prize Winner – Headquarters of Forestry Department and Visitor Centre, 2022


The 24th St Christopher Award (in Vilnius) – For synthesis between conceptual art and architecture


1st Prize Winner – Vilnius Pedestrian Bridge Competition, 2019


1st Prize Winner – Kaunas Pedestrian Bridge Competition, 2018


Global Lithuanian Award – 6th Global Leaders Award, 2018


1st Prize Winner – Yangjaegogae Eco Bridge Competition, 2017


1st Prize Winner  – Lithuanian Roads Museum Competition, 2015