Polestar has started building its new headquarters, sharing a campus with Volvo Cars' head offices.

The new Polestar headquarters has broken ground in Torslanda, Sweden. That's about 10 miles west of Gothenburg. The new building will be close to Volvo's main offices, but will be a separate structure.

"It is an architectural translation of what our brand stands for – it is pure and uncompromised. The open layout will serve as an inspiring and creative workspace for our rapidly-developing team of skilled co-workers," said Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath.

The new head office is three stories and offers 41,000 square feet of office and development space for up to 200 employees. It will also have exhibition and display areas to show off the brand's cars.

The building was designed by Swedish architects Bornstein & Lyckefors. "We have created an uncompromising and minimalistic ‘cube’ as the main feature of the building that, with its technical solutions and details, creates a clear link between architecture and modern product design," said Per Bornstein. The building's facade lets in around 60 percent of the light that strikes it.

The new HQ is expected to be complete in this September.