We work with an enthusiastic and inspired team to develop places where people feel welcome. Our territory is the public space. Our ambition is to create spaces which are open and offer a place for everyone. Places that don’t exclude anyone.
We Create Places Where People Feel Welcome
Why? Because people thrive for an inclusive society. At aatvos, we believe developing public third places, as coined by Ray Oldenburg, is about connecting with the local community; finding out their needs and habits, and designing accordingly. Amongst others, we have done so for:
- OBA Amsterdam
- Muziekkwartier Enschede
- Deichman Bibliothek Oslo
- Haus der Geschichte Bonn
- Stadtbibliothek Köln
- Health Hub Roden
and are currently working for the Central Library of Reykjavik (Iceland), at a marvelous kids library in Ludwigshafen (Germany), the Central Library of Köln (Germany), and will soon start working for a large theater / art school / music hall / library / public place located in the Netherlands.
With the Butterfly Principles as our guideline, we are able to understand, map, structure, and accelerate these holistic processes with our clients and stakeholders. To achieve this even better we want to complete the team with:
Good news, we are looking for new talent! Check out our open positions below, by downloading the document you will find more information about the position and how to apply.
We welcome talent
Is your dream job not listed yet, but you think you can be of a great added value to our team? Full alert! At aatvos, we are highly interested in the fields of human geography, spatial sciences, sociology, anthropology, data science, UX design, service design, urban planning, communications and, of course, graphics design and architecture.
Does that sound like you? And do you strive for inclusivity, just as we do? Then we love to hear from you! Please, shoot us an email with an open application at – as you might be our future missing pin!
Please note that due to the international aspect of our work, you need to be fluent in at least two of our main three languages English, German and Dutch.