Maxim Sas


Prior to being a student at the LSA, Maxim moved to London from Hungary and completed his Part 1 at Central Saint Martins. He then gained experience working for a small residential practice in South East London. Looking to explore the fringes of architecture, he freelanced for organisations such as the Old Truman Brewery, whilst writing a paper discussing inclusive societies that he presented at the 2017 conference ‘Architecture Connects’. Max has a keen interest in architecture as an agent for societal change especially in an urban setting, which is why he is really excited to join the LSA.

He has previously taken part in various competitions and workshops working with communities and 1:1 construction. In his spare time Max enjoys reading, cooking, and claiming that his is an avid runner despite the effort it takes him to get off the couch. He is currently working for Hawkins\Brown, helping deliver the new Crossrail Station at Tottenham Court Road.