Olivia has a heart for Tricity
On the occasion of Valentine’s Day, Olivia Business Center reveals its greatest love. Here is the incredible confession made by the office in Gdańsk:
A new event – “At the heart of Metropolis. For the love of Tricity” – has just started in OBC. There are the following writings placed on the roof of Olivia Star: “OBC loves Gdańsk” from the direction of Gdańsk and “OBC loves Gdynia” from the direction of Gdynia. There will be also other Valentine’s Day attractions held on the area of the complex. However, as the organizers of this event emphasize, Olivia has a heart for Tricity for the whole year, not only on 14 February!
Warsaw Spire helps to confess your feelings
Warsaw Spire has a special offer for all people who would like to confess their feelings in an original way. According to the organizers of the event "Warsaw in Love", the building will become a “monument of love” on 14 February. The illuminations on Warsaw Spire in the form of chosen and special love confessions will be displayed from 6 p.m. till 8 p.m. (they were submitted via a special entry form from 14 January till 9 February). There will be also two additional writings “I love you” and “Will you marry me?” on the Warsaw Spire’s illuminations.
It is not all. The Valentine’s Day attractions will be also held on European Square (from 6 p.m. till 8 p.m.). People in love will be able to benefit from, for instance, a free photo booth or the ice as well as a free coffee (with one condition: a kiss in front of a barista). There will be also heart-shaped balloons and lollypops.
Warsaw Spire, as the already mentioned Olivia, officially admits its love for the city where it is located. The writing “I love Warsaw” became an identification mark of the complex. The office has expressed its love for the capital in different ways before. This motif was first presented as a neon, and then, as a dynamical illumination of the Warsaw Spire’s façade and the mural by Rafał Olbiński. It can be admired in the form of the installation on European Square, that is the large-size (two-meter high) letters “I Love Warsaw."