Architect, collaborator of the Communal Society for Cheap Housing between 1928 and 1932, he designed parcelling plans, as well as plans for types of housing.
(Andrei Răzvan Voinea, 2017)
He lived at 12 Sfântul Ștefan Street.
Public/professional activity (affiliations, administrative positions, committees)
1928 - 1932 - Architect of the Communal Society for Cheap Housing.
Urban planning and landscaping projects
1928 - Sf. Vineri parcelling. He redesigned the original plans signed by Ioan D. Trajanescu.
1930 - Types 401 and 204, designed in Drumul la Tei parcelling, on Pintenogului and Doamna Oltea Streets (at numbers 6, 8, 10, 15, and 3, 5, 7), etc.
1933 - Ida Lupu building, 96 Mărășești Street, ground floor, main floor, 100 sq. m., (Source: Urbanismul magazine, no. 11-12, November-December 1933).
Bucharest City Hall Archives: PMB Technical Fund (171/1937)
Bucharest City Hall Archives, Sector I Yellow Fund, File 250/1932