The C40 global architecture competition "Reinventing Cities" aims to manage climate change and work for better urban health. White Arkitekter’s multidisciplinary team has qualified as finalists in two cities – Oslo and Montreal.
White, in collaboration with AECOM and Penoyre & Prasad, is one of five teams shortlisted for the second stage in the international RIBA-led competition for a new home for the globally renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital.
Two completed and one future project have been shortlisted in the World Architecture Festival Awards. White’s designs for Carlanderska Hospital, Chalmers Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering and Panzi Hospital have a chance of winning an award at the World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam this November.
Responding to this year’s London Festival of Architecture theme of ‘Identity’, White Arkitekter, supported by the Mayor of London, presents Designing for Diversity – a panel debate to explore the value of inclusive, equitable places in the context of the Mayor’s Good Growth by Design programme.
Our Deputy CEO Carl Bäckstrand represented White Arkitekter and flew the flag for sustainable urban development at this year’s World Summit on Sustainable Mobility in Montreal, Canada. The summit brings together leaders who collaborate and initiate action to bring sustainable transport to life.
The City of Yellowknife, in partnership with White Arkitekter, Ecology North and Northland Utilities, has been selected as a finalist in the Smart Cities Challenge. The Canadian competition encourages communities to adopt an approach to improve the lives of their residents through innovation, data, and connected technology.
How do girls experience the urban environment? Not the same way boys do. On June 27 and 28, as part of the London Festival of Architecture 2018, White Arkitekter invites festivalgoers to experience the city from a girl’s perspective through a piece of street theatre.
White Arkitekter is part of the consortium Would Wood, that aims to use left-over material from timber production and agriculture and transform it to a malleable and sustainable construction material. We can now announce that the Swedish Innovation Agency Vinnova supports the development project with 7 456 000 Swedish kronor.
With the aim of bringing the cities of Stockholm and London closer together, White Arkitekter is hosting a seminar to share expertise and experience at the inaugural Business Arena London on May 17.
How can the city become more inclusive, equal and attractive to everyone? Join us for an insightful panel discussion over breakfast, where you will hear from architects and researchers who are pioneering innovative, practical methods for stakeholder-led urban planning from a human perspective.