(Ploiești, 1878  ?)
Academic/specialized studies
1896-1900 - Polytechnic in München;
1900-1902 - Applied School at Valentino Castle in Torino;
? - He travelled in the country and abroad for study purposes. 
Teaching (disciples and influence)
He offered practical instruction, in his workshop, to the students at the School of Roads and Bridges.
Professional activity: affiliations, administrative positions, committees
1903-1912 - Collaborator of Society of Romanian Architects, under Ion Mincu’s presidency.
? - Architect of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for 2 years when he was in charge with the work sites of jubilee hospitals, as well as organizing inspections and maintenance of rural hospitals.
Other relevant information
In 1906, he settled in Bucharest. He lived at 5 Romulus Street (1928).
His father was doctor-colonel.
He founded the Romanați University Circle dedicated to visiting and studying historical monuments in Romanați County.



Architectural projects
Before 1911 - Moga Girls School, florists, fire observatory, Adormirea Maicii Domnului Cathedral, railway station park, Jean Demetrian villa, Demetrian vault, I. Dumitrescu, Celar property, Caracal;
? - 12 schools in Romanați County;
? - Communal Palace in Slatina;
? - Spa pavilion in Mamaia (together with Arch. Petre Antonescu);
1906 - Crossing Filaret hill and terracing Grota Fermecată, Bucharest;
? - Pavilion of Macedonia, Bucharest;
? - Pharmacists’ pavilion (Egyptian style), Bucharest;
? - Access stairs to the Palace of Arts and terraces with fretted handrails, Bucharest;
? - Grotto, waterfalls;
? - Maior Scurteanu house, Eroului Street;
? - Ion Maican house, Academiei Street;
1928 - Constantinescu property, Șoseaua Bonaparte/ 8 Bruxelles Street, Bucharest;
1934-1935 - Lascăr Catargiu.
Restoration projects
? - Project for Eforie resort (not completed);
? - Villas in Eforie;
? - Măgurele Bank.


Primary sources:
Article ’’Arta în România. Arhitectul Remus P. Iliescu”, in: Printre Hotare, pp. 58-61.
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