László studied at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Architecture. He graduated with honours in 2006, with a diploma award from the Pro Progressio Foundation. As a scholarship student, he studied in Spain between 2003-2004.
He joined KÖZTI in 2008 and he has been working at György Skardelli’s studio since then. He was a consultant of the Department of Urban Planning and Design at BME between 2007-2014. He got his senior architect appointment in 2021, he is project lead architect from 2021. He has been a member of the board of directors since 2021.
László has worked on many important projects as an associate architect of György Skardelli, including the Kálvin Square reconstruction, the Ludovika Arena, the Puskás Ferenc Stadium and the Multifunctional Arena. He also worked on the designs of the Kecskemét Health Centre and the Eiffel Art Studios, as an associate of Miklós Marosi.
László takes part in the professional control activity of the Budapest Chamber of Architects.
He got Junior Prima Award in 2011 for his work in architectural design and education.