His architecture is characteristic of the Neo-Romanian style. He was also a publicist and is the founder of architecture criticism in Romania.
(Călăraşi, Pârlita Săruleşti, October 18, 1880 - Bucharest, 1973)
1904 - The Superior School of Architecture in Bucharest.
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.
? - 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
? - 520 block of flats for the Ministry of Labour.
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.
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.
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.