Dincolo de arhitectura

LuceafarulCei 54 de arhitecţi care au expus la Galeria Dialog au fost: Andrei Amel, Vasile Ţelea, Dunel Cosma, Adrian Spirescu, Cornelia Maria Ţuglui, Iulius Rădulescu, Eugenia Luchian Constantinescu, Sebastian Moraru, Marina Nicolaev, Ioan Mircea Pop, Severică Mitrache, Mona Edulescu, Alexandru Costandache, Marian Mateescu, Petre Satu, Alexandru Târziu, Dan Corneliu, Sorin Groseanu Piscuri, Denisa Ilie, Marilena Carlea Isăcescu, Dan Liviu Stănescu, Vasile Marcu, Cristina Gabriela Ţurlea, Victor Moraru, Anca Mitrache, Cătălin Botezatu, Ligia Podorean Ekström, Ştefania Kenley Curea, Dan Bota, Francisca Stoenescu, Militza Sion, Constantin Frumuzache, Gheorghe Dorin, Virgil Luscov, Ştefan Bornovschi, Teodora Dinulescu, Ioana Grigorescu, Răzvan Luscov, Nura Al Sayed, Gheorghe Leahu, Ion Oroveanu, Bogdan Borgovan, Nicolae Cucu, Petre Smărăndescu, Horia Teodoru, Ioana Grigorescu, Alex. Popescu Necşeşti, Anton Dâmboianu, Gheorghe Simotta, Laurenţiu Vasilescu, G.M. Cantacuzino, Bogdan Gheorghiu, Adrian Stănescu, Cristina Ţugui.

Text integral :Dincolo de arhitectura autor Iolanda Malamen 

Magazinul Muzica…Mozaicul contemporan

Ion Oroveanu Mozaic Magazinul Muzica Bucuresti

Magazinul Muzica din Bucuresti desi isi pastreaza specificul dar nu si suprafata initiala, radiaza o atmosfera relaxanta, poetica si bineinteles muzicala. Nu ai cum sa fi vizitat magazinul fara sa remarci cele doua coloane placate cu mozaic (by Ion Oroveanu), care vor ramane probabil “contemporane”….

Vitrina care a socat Parisul

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Vitrina care a socat Parisulby Ion Oroveanu

La inceputul anilor ’70, marii creatori de moda din Paris cautau metode inedite pentru a-si pune in valoare operele vestimentare, dar si spatiile comerciale in care acestea erau prezentate. Atunci cand se faceau lansarile noilor colectii erau invitate la eveniment personalitati din diverse domenii si erau organizate concerte sau serate speciale. Continue reading

Petrossian

Petrossian-Designed by Ion Oroveanu

Founded in 1984, New York’s Petrossian restaurant is housed in the historic Alwyn Court Building on Manhattan’s West Side, one block from Carnegie Hall and four blocks from Lincoln Center. Owned by the Petrossians, it serves a French-influenced contemporary menu that features the caviar, smoked fish, and foie gras delicacies for which Petrossian is known throughout the world. Lunch, dinner, and brunch can be enjoyed at either the art deco style mirrored bar or in the dining room. Designed by Ion Oroveanu, the restaurant features Lalique crystal wall sconces, bronze sculptures from the 1930’s, etched Erte mirrors, Limoges china, Lanvin chandelier and pink Finnish granite, all harmonizing to create a visual ambiance that can be savored equally with the unsurpassed gourmet experience.(source

New York Times about Ion Oroveanu & PetrossianNew York Times about Ion Oroveanu & Petrossian

 

Petrossian Restaurant, 58th and 7th New York NY Continue reading