László Földes, born in 1959 is a Hungarian architect, who studied architecture at the Technical University of Budapest.
He received his degree there in 1985. After his graduation he hold a scholarship at the Helsinki University of Technology.
Only one year later, in 1989 he returned to Finland to work in the Kari Järvinen-Timo Airas architect studio.
In 1994 fe founded his own architectural office in the Hungarian capital, in Budapest.
His most important works include the Forest School in Visegrád (in collabroation with Gábor Turányi), the gymnasium of Toldy High School
located next to the Buda Castle and three dwelling houses in Maassluis, the Netherlands.