László is an architect, urbanist and entrepreneur who is currently an adjunct professor at Stanford University as well as the Campus Innovation and Strategic Systems Lead at Sherwood Design Engineers.
He was previously the Campus Architect for Google at its Mountain View headquarters in California with responsibility for strategic developments of Google’s real estate portfolio. László has worked with a host of leading European architectural practices and has played a key role on a wide range of urban, masterplanning and architectural projects across Europe and the US. This includes Google’s Dublin Headquarters, Waze’s Tel Aviv offices and Publicis’ new London Headquarters.
He’s been a lecturer and guest critic at the University of East London, the University of Nottingham, University of Westminster, The Bartlett UCL, London Metropolitan University and Columbia University.