Your lecture was titled “Interdisciplinary Processes Swedish Style”. Can you tell us a bit more?
The Chamber of Architects plays an important role in the development of the architect’s role in Germany. Plan B is a lecture and workshop format, which was held for the thirteenth time this year. The focus was to look at how changes in society, politics, climate and technology affect our profession and how offices need to be managed in different ways to stay innovative and secure talented employees. I presented our interdisciplinary way of working at White. We’re a flat organisation in which we share the same core values. We use these as tools to meet the challenges society is facing right now, such as climate change and social inequalities.