Even though his style is eclectic with neoclassical elements, he manages to create and to successfully interpret in a neo-Romanian style the house of the Central School for Girls’ Headmistress. (Oana Marinache, 2015)
(Iasi, December 13th 1857 - ?)
- He studied in Dresden.
Public/administrative activity // Professional activity (affiliations, administrative positions, committees):
- Architect of the Ministry of Culture and Public Education.
1894 - The house of the Central School for Girls’ Headmistress, Str. Polona corner of str. Icoanei, Bucharest, Romania;
1899 - "Elena G. Cantacuzino" House, Str. Polona nr. 7, Bucharest, Romania;
1903 - "Sabba Ștefănescu" House, Piata Romana nr. 8, Bucharest, Romania;
- Scont Bank, Str. Lipscani corner of Str. Eugeniu Carada, Bucharest, Romania;
1904 - "Natalia Dr. Brandza" House, Str. Gen. H. Berthelot nr. 2, Bucharest, Romania;
1907-1914 - The General Insurance Company Palace, University Square, Bucharest, Romania;
1910 - "Olanescu" House, currently the French Institute, Bld. Dacia nr. 77, Bucharest, Romania;
1911-1913 - The Romanian Credit Bank, Str. Stavropoleos nr. 6-8, Bucharest, Romania (with the arch. Ernst Gotthilf);
1912 – Personal residence, Str. Schitu Magureanu, nr. 47, Bucharest, Romania.
Cristina Woinaroski (coord.), Lotizarea si Parcul Ioanid, Editura Simetria, Bucuresti, 2007.
Bucurestiul multicultural: 10 trasee urbane de arhitectura, Vol. 1, Editura Istoria Artei, Bucuresti, 2015.