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NEWS 2015

Superlux publication

Three Studio Fink projects featured in Superlux publication by Thames and Hudson, in the year designated by United Nations as the Year of Light. The lavishly illustrated book is an international celebration of the ingenuity and artistry of the latest lighting technology. Featuring more than 120 worldwide lighting projects considered to be in the vanguard of the ‘Smart Light’ movement. The published projects by Peter Fink include Blackburn Town hall, Ice square Swansea and the Mersey wave in Liverpool.

Media link: 2015 - Superflux

Living in full colour

An editorial article on colour in architecture and landscape design by Peter was published in a Chinese Landscape Record magazine

Media link: 2015 - Living in full colour

Palma de Vechio pop up square completed in Italy

The transformation of the outdoor space of GAMeC (Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Bergamo) was conceived by Studio Fink as a celebration of the first large retrospective exhibition of an important renaissance painter Palma il Vecchio.  In the pop up square a free flowing use of colour is contrasted with enlarged details of drapery taken from Palma de Vecchio paintings and details of some of the faces seen in his paintings of "Holy Conversations".

This Peter hopes will encourage people to start sensing through their own conversations in the temporary square how Palma il Vecchio art develops poems of glances, stories, nostalgia, discoveries.

Project link: Palma de Vecchio
Media link: 2015 - Palma de Vecchio


International Art Conclave in Chandigarh

Peter Fink gave a presentation at International Art Conclave in Chandigarh Latit Kala academy. The presentation and an in depth interview of Peter by Parul available on linked videos.

Media link: 2015
Video link: International Art Conclave in Chandigarh
Video link: International Art Conclave in Chandigarh 2

Working for nature and society

An extensive strategic study for the Land Art reclamation of the Osinbeltz quarry in the Basque Country completed in collaboration with Peter Neal Consulting and ICP environmental engineers. Peter Fink as an artist was selected to lead a new restorative initiative due to his experience of land art projects such as Northala Fields. 

The Osinbeltz Quarry is today the largest quarry without quarrying activity in Gipuzkoa province. The geographical orientation of the quarry, its landscape setting, geology and face profile makes the quarry particularly suitable for environmental recovery. The recycling management of the Gipuzkoa province domestic and industrial waste will provide through a newly constructed Mechanical Biological Treatment plant both the financial resources and the innertised material required to restore the quarry void.

The main principle of the project will be environmental mitigation and the delivery of sustainable new uses
 that will enhance the social and economic value of the restored landscape. Peter carried out the extensive public consultation in the Basque Country during a three-month period, involving 18 consultative workshops and presentations in 14 neighborhoods with hundreds of people of all ages taking active part.

Video link: Working for nature and society


NEWS 2014

Belvue school project successfully completed

The project involved the re design of the external communal spaces in and adjoining the Belvue School in London. The school is dedicated to the education of young people with global learning difficulties and associated complex needs including Autism spectrum disorder, mental health, Down syndrome, Attention deficit, hyperactivity disorder and communication and sensory difficulties.

Project link: Belvue School Playground
Media link: 2014 - Architecture for children

CoDA Award Winner

The Belvue school project awarded the international CODA award for the best collaboration of Design and Art in Landscape Category

Barry island Eastern Shelter project completedd

Eastern shelter lighting project successfully completed as a part of the Barry Island regeneration project, that was awarded the Royal Town Planning Institute Excellence

Public Realm Award

As a part of the redesign of a sea side promenade Studio Fink delivered interactive lighting for the Eastern Promenade Shelter, a listed heritage structure. The regeneration project was designed to boost Barry Island’s reputation as a traditional family seaside resort.The regeneration of Barry Island’s eastern promenade has been recognized as one of the best examples of planning and design in the UK by the Royal Town Planning Institute by a Excellence in Planning and Design for the Public Realm Award.

Project link: Barry island Eastern Shelter
Video link: Barry island Eastern Shelter

A bit of fun

Interview with Peter for Vogue magazine focused on environmental sustainability. Architect David Chiperfield and Peter Fink talk about their work as well as being fashion models for the day. 

Media link: 2014 - Vogue

Piazza Rosa temporary square completed as a part of the 2014 Arketipos event

Piazza Rosa transformation of a famous renaissance Vecchio square in Bergamo attracts over 250000 people in its sixteen days of existence. The Piazza Rosa design by Studio Fink aimed at a dialogue of contrasts with a strong contemporary conceptual and artistic emphasis whilst bearing in mind the theme of healing landscape and social/environmental sustainability. The project received extensive publicity in world landscape journals and will feature in four book publications due to be published in 2016.

Project link: Piazza Rosa
Media link: 2014 - Piazza Rosa
Video link: Piazza Rosa


NEWS 2013

Competitions win Barry Island Wales

Studio Fink was announced as the winner of a competition for a creative interactive lighting of a listed building on the Barry Island sea promenade.  

Made Expo Milano Growing City – High green Tech Symposium

Peter Fink was the keynote speaker at this year's High Green Tech Symposium in Milano.

His talk explored new paradigm of a socially engaged environmental and cultural practice, which aims at placing social and environmental sustainability at the heart of 21st century urbanism and by doing so also at the very centre of life of cities.

milanoexpo.pdf (2 M

milano expo nemeton.pdf (3 MB)

milano expo espazium.pdf (74 KB) 

Boston Greenway shortlist

An artist team of Peter Fink, Mark Anderson and Ulf Pederson was shortlisted for a commission to animate with light and sound the Boston Greenway linear Park constructed over the submerged freeway through the centre of the city. Following an interview the winner will be announced by the rose F. Kennedy Greenway Conservancy early in 2014.

Aerial Photo of Greenway.pdf (7 MB)
Comitato Scientifico Topscape

Peter Fink was selected to be a part of the Icons of Landscape Community scientific committee constituted to explore topical and academic issues related to green urbanism and landscape architecture.

scintifico comitato.pdf (4 MB)
Open space (Urban Public Landscape Design)
book published in China includes a foreword by Peter Fink on green urbanism and the importance of combining social and environmental sustainability. 

urban space cover.pdf (3 MB)
foreward open space.pdf (5 MB)

Belvue school funding

Belvue Special Needs School external Landscape and play project wins London Mayor and Football foundation Awards, Charity trusts and Barclays funding and is ready to start on site.

The project involves the re design and delivery of the external spaces of Belvue School in West London , a school dedicated to the education of young people with global learning difficulties and associated complex needs including ASD, mental health, Down syndrome, ADHD and communication and sensory difficulties. The main aim of this exciting and challenging undertaking is the creation of an exemplary outdoor environment for the school.  As a part of this project woodland originally under the auspices of the Highway Agency as green infrastructural planting next to the A40 was now legally transferred for the school use and is being developed into a “Magical woodland” - an unique landscape in support of imagination, creativity, social interaction and education. 


NEWS 2012

Following Peters Finks presentation on Green urbanism in I Maestri del Paesaggio - International Meeting of the Landscape and Garden in Bergamo he was invited by the towns administration and community to lead a series of planning for real workshops focusing on Malpesanta Park. Peter carried out four enabling day long workshops helping the community and the Bergamo politicians and administration to develop a design brief consensus as well as a framework for the management, community participation and revitalization of a key inner city park.

malpensanta1.pdf (1 MB)

Article Malpensata.pdf (476 KB)

bergamo.pdf (1 MB)




I lab inauguration

Peter Fink gave a talk on the history of European landscape and the challenges of environmental sustainability as a part of the inauguration of I.lab  the Italcementi’s new Research and Innovation Centre designed by the US architect Richard Meier,



Sustainability article by Peter Fink published by Urban Environment Design Magazine in China

urban space cover.pdf (3 MB)

urban environment design article.pdf (2 MB)