Responsibility, curiosity, involvement and respect are core values that imbue everything we do. Our values remain the constant in a world of change. Our curiosity is reflected in the way we work and we believe that search for new knowledge will make us and our clients better prepared for the future.
We belive in working together! Through design, creativity and a humanistic approach, we look to solve great challenges. Because of that, we also belive in sharing what we do. Our knowledge, the lessons learned within each project and all the small things making our stories worth telling.
Here you can find a selection of all the seminars, webinars, films about projects and our stories. Welcome to White Play!
Seminare – Tall Timber
The 13th of February we had a seminar were we discussed the advantadges of timber. It allows for carbon neutrality, faster construction times and makes new architectural expressions possible. For the ones who couldn’t make it last thursday, here you have the whole seminar to enjoy!
What can architecture offer those who experience exclusion?
Flickrum explores the urban realm from the perspective of a teenage girl.
Kastrup Sea Bath
Kastrup Sea Bath is one of many architectural gems of the Öresund Region and one of our most iconic buildings. We went back to the incredibly popular open-air pool, found in the Amager Muncipality outside Copenhagen, with Lead Architect Fredrik Pettersson to hear his thoughts on the project.
“You find areas like this all over Sweden. It’s here, and in cultural institutions and at workplaces, where you find the identity of a place. It’s important to find out what a locations has to offer, before we start planning,” says urban planner and architect Karl Landin.
Our survey Stadsdelsatlas Sofielund shows how processes in urban development can become more inclusive and socially sustainable.
The present holds the key to the future – build upon existing values.
The Swedish Building Industri aims to be carbon neutral by 2045. This means that we need to reduce emissions drastically and push for creating climate-neutral projects already. But what does that mean and how do you do it?
We have formulated what we think carbon-neutral construction is about, how to calculate and how we, together with other stakeholders, should work to get there. Our goal is that all projects should be carbon neutral by 2030. But we can’t do it on our own, we have to create them together!