December 18, 2019
A new decade is on the horizon and the voices of the future call upon us. That is why we have set our toughest goal ever!
December 7, 2019
White Arkitekter got double honours at this year's edition of World Architecture Festival (WAF). A new cultural centre in Kenya and a new psychiatric clinic in Greenland grabbed the awards in the Future Culture and Health categories, respectively. White had five projects shortlisted at WAF 2019.
December 5, 2019
A good school is a safe place where young people can experience warmth and community, discover life-long interests and enjoy the satisfaction of overcoming difficulties. With the right planning and design, the school can elevate pupils, staff and the entire neighbourhood.
November 25, 2019
The Federation of Swedish Innovation Companies and Architects Sweden have nominated Carl Bäckstrand as board member of the Architects’ Council of Europe (ACE). The deputy CEO of White Arkitekter is honored to represent Sweden in this organisation.
November 13, 2019
Barking and Dagenham Council has approved plans for over 200 high-quality, affordable homes in the first phase in the long-term regeneration of the Gascoigne West estate in Barking, London.
October 22, 2019
Forum Vårdbyggnad (Swedish Healthcare Facilities Network) has chosen to nominate New Karolinska Solna (NKS) and Hälsostaden in Ängelholm for the Vårdbyggnadspriset 2019 in the category “major project” as well as the Carlanderska Hospital in Gothenburg in the category “small project”.
October 2, 2019
We are honored to have received Best Home Page at Archiboo Web Awards 2019* – New ways to engage with great architecture – together with our digital consultant Creuna!
August 26, 2019
During the Festival in Malmö, White are hosting both a workshop and a film screening together with Movium and Fredrik Gertten.
July 7, 2019
White Arkiteter’s extension of the Carlanderska Hospital in Gothenburg, Sweden, has been awarded at the international architecture and design competition ICONIC AWARDS 2019: Innovative Architecture.
July 4, 2019
The construction sector currently emits 21 percent of Swedish greenhouse gas emissions. Almost twice as much if construction materials produced overseas is factored in*. To reach the goals set by the Paris Climate Agreement, we, as an industry, must move from words to action.