Famous Polish women at Atrium Tower for International Fay for Women’s Rights

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Famous Polish women at Atrium Tower for International Fay for Women’s Rights

Photographs and short biographical profiles of Maria Skłodowska - Curie, Wanda Rutkiewicz, Wisława Szymborska and others have been gracing the lobby and elevators at the Atrium Tower office building since 5th March. This way the landlord aims to offer an insight into the lives of Polish women that became symbolic figures in culture, science and art, and to celebrate International Women’s Day which falls on 8th March.

In today’s busy world, where we are bombarded with a constant flow of information, you really have to fight for each smallest instant of attention. We wanted to use International Day for Women’s Rights to bring the profiles and interesting life stories of distinguished Polish women back to the minds of those visiting and working at Atrium Tower

Margaux Gautreau, Asset Manager, AEW

This is why the lobby and elevators, which are places where it is much easier to have a quiet moment of focus, are now welcoming a display of portraits and interesting biographical facts from the lives to eight incredible women that shaped the history of Poland and the world: Wisława Szymborska, Pola Negri, Tamara Łempicka, Maria Skłodowska-Curie, Wanda Rutkiewicz, Emilia Plater, Irena Sendler and Helena Rubinstein.
The display will be available over the course of the two coming weeks.
The entity responsible for coordination of the campaign is BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland, the building’s manager.

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