Architect with a functionalist orientation.



    (Buftea, February 10, 1904 – Bucharest, May 3, 1975)
    Academic/specialized studies
    1929 - Superior School of Architecture in Bucharest.


    Public Activity (affiliations, administrative positions, committees)
    1949-1953 - Lecturer at the Institute of Transport, Bucharest.
    Architectural projects
    1937-1946 - C.F.R. Administrative Palace, Bucharest (currently the Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications, Dinicu Golescu Blvd.), in collaboration with Duiliu Marcu, who handled the interior details.
    Awards and distinctions
    1934-1937 - He took part in the third national competition organized by CFR, the first dating since 1890, with the purpose of designing a new administrative building, in the southern part of the Northern Railway Station. The team that won the project included Duiliu Marcu, Ştefan Călugăreanu, Paul Emil Miclescu and Theonic Săvulescu.


    Primary sources

    CONSTANTIN, Paul, Dicţionar universal al arhitecţilor, Editura Ştiinţifică şi Enciclopedică, Bucureşti, 1986.
    MACHEDON, Luminiţa, SCOFFHAM, Ernie, Romanian Modernism: The Architecture of Bucharest 1920-1940, MIT Press: 1999.

    TEODORESCU, Sidonia, BÂRSAN, Andrei, NICULAE, Raluca, ŢELEA, Vasile, Dicţionar al arhitecturii româneşti moderne (sec. XIX, XX, XXI), literele (A-C), Uniunea Arhitecţilor din România, Bucureşti, 2012.