About Us

The Finta & Partners Architects has been working under this name as an independent company.since January 1995. Its predecessor – both organizational and “spiritual” sense – was the architect studio founded in 1966 and led by Dr. József Finta architect, which operated with a significant degree of autonomy within a large public company.

Since it was founded in ’95 with 15 staff members, the market share of the Finta & Partners Architects, working mainly in the field of general planning, architectural and interior design projects, has been considerably increased. Whilst the decades past, the Studio has, both in its organization and efficiency, been evolved into a middle-size company.

The Finta Architect has permanent professional design relationships that qualify it for complex design of buildings with any scale and function . Among our buildings in Hungary and abroad, our hotel and office building designs are outstanding, but we also have significant references in large public buildings.

Our STUDIO considers its important goal to represent an architecture that uses with the same weight Hungarian, Central European and European, and at the same time, world-class architectural techniques to provide the best possible service to our customers. We want to design buildings that, in addition to their unquestionable modernity, will be timeless and which, beyond the trends coming and going, always serve the needs of the human “lives” and their actual use.

Studio Council, Management

In 1998, the explosive growth of workload and staff required a new corporate structure. The work of forty architects and more than one hundred co-designers had to be monitored and controlled. The inner life of the studio also required a completely different ways in management and internal relations  from those in the old days with 15 persons. The solution was creating a “studio council” comprising  the leading designers of the studio, the senior professional  “partners” within the Finta & Partners Architects. The Council meets regularly with executives on professional matters, personnel- and technical-, professional policy- and strategic issues concerning the studio. One of the strengths of the Studio Council, beyond the professional skills and experience of its members, is that besides the above-mentioned primary tasks, it also functions as a bridge between the management and the team of leading architects, since its members are elected from teams both with strategic but sharply distinct responsibilities. This is a guarantee that both management and professional aspects will be incorporated into the council’s decision-making proposals and final decisions, underpinning the correctness of the decision making-process.