Csutoras and Liando is multi-disciplinary design office led by Melissa Liando and Laszlo Csutoras.
Our experience ranges from creating one-off joinery to designing public buildings and temporary urban installations.
We work in close collaboration with clients and users to provide clear and appropriate formal and spatial proposals to meet their requirements.
From the concept design stage through to construction and completion we pay thorough attention to detail in order to achieve a coherent and well-built end result, be it a piece of furniture or a building.
We are accustomed to working internationally in different regulatory and cultural environments, and have worked with individual and commercial clients, along with public institutions.
Our work has been exhibited at the Frankfurt Architecture Museum, New York’s Center for Architecture and the Chicago Architecture Biennial.
Following her B.des 1st Hons in Interior Design at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia in 2003, she worked at Woodsbagot in Sydney.
Between 2004-2006 she undertook her MSc Hons in Architecture at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.
Following his graduation in 2000, he worked with Turányi and Simon Architects until 2004. Between 2004-2006 he completed his postgraduate MSc Hons in Architecture at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.
From 2006 to 2011 he worked with Tony Fretton Architects in London on award-winning projects, such as the New British Embassy in Warsaw or the Solid 11 mixed-use project in Amsterdam.
In 2012 he founded Csutoras and Liando together with Melissa Liando.
Matthew A. Chandra
Edmund S. Alisuci