White is an architectural firm based in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is the biggest firm in Scandinavia, with more than 800 team members. The company has 14 offices in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and England.

Background

The firm was founded in Gothenburg in 1951 by architects Sidney White (1917–1982) and P. A. Ekholm, and has since established offices in Stockholm, Malmö, Halmstad, Linköping, Örebro, Uppsala, Umeå, Västerås, Copenhagen, Næstved, Holeby, London, and Oslo. White has a shared ownership model between their employees, with more than 500 shareholders, of which 122 are partners.[1]

Notable projects

Awards

  • RIBA Regional Awards East 2013 - Southend Pier Cultural Centre, UK[3]
  • Kasper Salin Prize 2014 - Väven Cultural Centre, Sweden

References

  1. ^ "About us". white.se. Retrieved 2013-08-02. 
  2. ^ Miyoko Ohtake (July–August 2009). "Dunkin' Danish". Dwell. pp. 66, 68. Retrieved 24 June 2014. 
  3. ^ Laura Mark (12 June 2013). "RIBA Regional Awards winners 2013". Architects' Journal. Retrieved 24 June 2014. 

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