We love creating beautiful surroundings. Surroundings designed to inspire personal development while flexibly exploring and developing creativity. Where new perspectives can be found, and where there is room to work as a team and challenge norms and routines. Our working lives become more fluid as the world changes and technology gives us new and better opportunities to meet and collaborate. All while seeking the freedom to let our curiosity drive us.
That’s why we’ve redesigned our headquarters in Aarhus, and thanks to our new premises, we now have even more space to be creative in. We are based at no. 11 and no. 13 Værkmestergade in two beautiful historic buildings, which in the 1800s housed DSB’s central workshop. The decor therefore bears the mark of carefully preserved elements from the workshops, such as the large, external doors that the trains ran through and the rails in the wooden floor, which are still visible.
Dull workspaces and tight hierarchies and structures are a thing of the past. The time has come for 'New ways of working', where individuality and teamwork are in focus. We prioritise sharing inspiration rather than information. And we strive to create space for creativity, where ideas are allowed to flow at our own pace, in surroundings in which we thrive. And most importantly, to create a space where we as people, colleagues and individuals have time to talk. This is what we at Bolia call 'power to the people'.
Changeability plays a major role in the world we live in. As the world changes, we change, which is why we love to challenge. To find new ways, potential and opportunities to break habits and rigidity, and to become better, happier, smarter and more sustainable. We proudly call it 'Always in Beta'.
We love meeting new colleagues who share our passion and interest for sustainable, Scandinavian design. Meanwhile, our workplace is beautiful, flexible, dynamic and inspiring, with space for you to be you. And as we expand, there's room to welcome even more people into the changing design environment we call Bolia.