Romanian architect with a functionalist orientation. His architecture is typically modernist, without too many decorative elements and a simple composition. The occurrence of the curved element is specific to him, and it creates a visually dynamic effect. We notice Art Deco-like influences in some of his villas.
(Bucharest, October 21, 1900 - ƚ?)
1925 - The Superior School of Architecture in Bucharest.
1926-1947 - 18 apartment buildings, Bucharest;
1927-1945 - 7 villas, Sinaia;
1931-1933 - Haret Popovici House, 2 Aleea Alexandru, Filipescu Park, Bucharest;
1931-1933 - Cota 1400 Hotel, Sinaia (in collaboration with Ilie Teodorescu);
1947-1948 - Villa, Tuşnad;
1949-1950 - C.G.M. Rest House, Predeal.
Awards and Distinctions
1943 - Mention, competition for the Faculty of Agronomy, Bucharest
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