CRITICAL REVIEW

His architecture is characteristic of the Neo-Romanian style. He was also a publicist and is the founder of architecture criticism in Romania.
 


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    BIOGRAPHY

    (Călăraşi, Pârlita Săruleşti, October 18, 1880 - Bucharest, 1973)
     
    Academic/specialized studies
    1904 - The Superior School of Architecture in Bucharest.


    PROJECTS


    Public/administrative activity: affiliations, administrative positions, committees
    1925-1926 - President of the Society of Romanian Architects
    ? - Director-general of the Service for the Reconstruction of the Regions destroyed by war.
     
    COMPLETED PROJECTS
     
    Architectural projects
    ? - Gh. Petrașcu House, Piaţa Romană, on the corner with Căderea Bastiliei Street, Bucharest;
    ? - Prof. I. Bogdan House;
    ? - Dr. Belciugoşteanu House, Carol I Blvd., Bucharest;
    ? - Dr. Ivoniţescu House;
    ? - Andreşescu House;
    ? - Non-Commissioned Officers’ Society
    ? - Răcari church, Dâmboviţa County;
    ? - Farm buildings on the former Cămărăşescu farm, Dâlga, Călăraşi County.
     
    PROJECTS NOT COMPLETED
     
    Architectural projects
     ? - 520 block of flats for the Ministry of Labour.
     
    Editorial activity
    He published in numerous magazines of the period: Revista de Istorie şi Arheologie, Literatura şi Arta Română, Arhitectura, Buletinul Comisiei Monumentelor Istorice, Luceafărul, Neamul Românesc.
    1919 - He founded, together with C. Iotzu, Revista Arhitectură şi construcţie.


    BIBLIOGRAPHY


    Primary sources:

    CONSTANTIN, Paul, Dicţionar universal al arhitecţilor, Editura Ştiinţifică şi Enciclopedică, București, 1986.

    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.

    ZAHARIADE, Ana-Maria, CELAC, Mariana, IOAN, Augustin, MANER, Hans-Christian, Teme ale arhitecturii din România în secolul XX, Editura Institutului Cultural Român, București, 2003.
     
    Secondary sources:

    Arhitectura magazine, Society of Romanian Architects, Bucharest, 1925.

    Arhitectura magazine, Society of Romanian Architects, Bucharest, 1926.

    Arhitectura. Trimestrial de arhitectură şi urbanistică, magazine, Society of Romanian Architects, Bucharest, 1939.