▷ about 

LÁSZLÓ is an architectural and spatial design magazine that is more for design than about design. It is a visual anthology built through cultural analogies and affinities, which collects and situates a constellation of heterogeneous references meant to inspire design aesthetics from multiple perspectives.

LÁSZLÓ moves across several disciplines such as photography, art installation, graphic design, plastic art, moviemaking, scientific experimentation, non-fiction and fictional literature, criticism and more. It looks for contaminations and contributions from all these fields to tackle specific design questions with a wider take.

As a digital native magazine, LÁSZLÓ works like a critical filter to help find and select the more relevant answers to those questions, instead of producing new ones. And as a filter, it aims at creating original narratives by tracing hidden, implicit, or unusual connections among different projects and ideas.

LÁSZLÓ is spatial experimentation through cross-linked references.
▷ acknowledgements
LÁSZLÓ is a magazine made available for free and published only for nonprofit educational and criticism purposes. As an anthology, it contains copyrighted material, the use of which has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. The editors have determined this to be “fair use” of the copyrighted material as referenced and provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. If you wish to use any copyrighted material from this document for purposes of your own that go beyond fair use, you must obtain express permission from the copyright owner.

LÁSZLÓ is openly licensed via CC BY-NC-ND 4.0. To give appropriate credit, please refer to the instructions on how to cite it included in the colophon of each issue.

LÁSZLÓ is made by Valentina Marcarini and Jacopo Leveratto.