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Art in an Office Building
May 28, 2013   
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An exhibition of 20 paintings by young artists from the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts entitled Bright Spring is on display in the lobby of the Warsaw Trade Tower at 51 Ch³odna St.

The exhibition organizer, real estate investment management company Heitman, says the aim is to freshen up the building’s interior and encourage tenants to intellectually engage with the work on display.

The 208-meter Warsaw Trade Tower is the tallest office building in Central and Eastern Europe. It offers 42,700 square meters of office space on 43 floors.

The exhibition will run until June 6 in an attempt to give the interior an artistic flavor and make the space more cozy, says Heitman, which provides asset management services for the Warsaw Trade Tower. Apart from value added for tenants and more attractive surroundings for employees, the exhibition offers the young artists a chance to show their paintings to the public, the company says.

Office space rejuvenation using art is still an undeveloped niche on the office lease market, according to Heitman. Time will tell if attempts to bring art to office buildings will set a new trend on the property market, the company says.

Bright Spring brings together 20 paintings by young artists depicting their artistic impressions of spring that were created from April to May this year.

Warsaw Trade Tower tenants will vote for the top five paintings, which will then be bought by the organizer after the exhibition to permanently decorate the skyscraper’s lobby.
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