Jason Landau, Owner/Designer
Influenced by an artistic family and captivated by the art of design from an early age, Jason Landau focused on the design field and earned a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in 1986. Having successfully passed the N.C.I.D.Q. exam for interior design in 1989, Jason became a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and served as the Connecticut chapter President from 2010-2011.
Over the past twenty years, Jason has won numerous awards and professional recognitions from leading cabinet manufacturers, the National Kitchen & Bath Association, and most recently, Qualified Remodeler Magazine. Additionally, his unique and captivating kitchen designs have been published in New Canaan, Darien, and Rowayton Magazine, Women’s Day, Kitchen and Bath Design News, House Magazine, In-Town magazine and Kitchens by Professional Designers.
Although Jason takes great pride in these accomplishments, awards and publications alone don’t capture his passion and enthusiasm for great design and superior client satisfaction. While many professionals configure designs within existing spaces, Jason artfully manipulates spaces to create superior designs. He brings clients’ dreams to life in ways they never thought possible. He is able to achieve this by truly listening to their needs and approaches each project without any stylistic prejudice. His projects range from the traditional to the contemporary with function and efficiency always in mind!
Anna Szalacha, CAD Designer
Anna joined the Amazing Spaces team in 2018. Anna uses AutoCAD software to create construction documents consisting of floor plans, elevations, electrical layouts, and detail drawings. She also works with the cabinet companies to make sure the cabinet ordering process goes smoothly and in a timely manner. In 2016 Anna completed her undergrad at the University of Bridgeport with a degree in Interior Design. She has a passion for design and is always looking to further educate herself in the different aspects of the field.
Michele LaFon, Design Assistant
Michele is an artist and seamstress whose love for fabric led to a career in fashion, designing textiles and clothing for children. Living in San Francisco inspired an interest in architecture and she went back to school for a post-graduate certificate in Interior Design/Interior Architecture from
UC Berkeley Extension. Michele loves all things design from drafting to furniture selection. She is inspired by designers who aren’t afraid to break the rules and is drawn to spaces that have a little tension: conflicting scale, mismatched pattern, a little chaos.