Monument building restorations done by Vlad Group

12 Silvestru Street, Bucharest
This 19th century building is known as the Iuliu Zane house and it is considered highly representative for the period within the local cultural patrimony
(Architect Mihai Butucaru)
24 Paris Street, Bucharest
Before the works began, the building’s structure only included a ground and first floor. Upon completion, the house has been extended beyond these to incorporate the basement, together with an additional second floor and a garret floor.
(Architect Mihai Butucaru)
57 Polona Street, Bucharest
The house is a category B historic monument, thus being considered representative for the local cultural patrimony.
(Architect Theo Stancu)
33 Dionisie Lupu Street, Bucharest
Also known as the Miclescu Bossy-Ghica house, this beautiful building is classified as a B category historical monument, representative for the local cultural patrimony.
(Architect Șerban Sturza)
77 Romulus Street, Bucharest
This house is also a category B historical monument, representative for the local cultural patrimony.
(Architect Șerban Sturza)
28bis General Constantin Budisteanu Street, Bucharest
The restoration work of this house received the top honour at the 2012 Annual Architecture Awards, in the Restoration and rehabilitation category.
(Architect Iulia Stanciu)
19 Rabat Street, Bucharest
Built in 1912, the house is also known as the Sofia and Eliza Candiano-Popescu Villa and was often refered to as the “beauty of Bucharest” at the time of its construction.
(Architect Lucreția Guțilă)
26 Frumoasa Street, Bucharest
The project focused on lining the façade with massive stone pieces in a classical fitting system.
(Architect Mihai Butucaru)
Armenian Church, Bucharest
Category A historical monument, a representative building for Romania’s national patrimony.
19 Paris Street, Bucharest
The villa is a category B historical monument, considered representative for Bucharest’s cultural patrimony.
(Architect Vlad Arsene)
9 Polonă Street, Bucharest
The house is listed as a category B historical monuments in Bucharest and is, thus, valuable for the architecture of the city.
(Architect Iulia Stanciu)
16 Capitan Aviator Gheorghe Demetriade Street, Bucharest
The villa is a category B historic monument, considered representative for the capital city’s cultural patrimony.
(Architect Laurențiu Cătălin Hanu)
1A Dr. Nicolae Turnescu Street, Bucharest
Also known as Prince Nicolae’s House, this remarkable building is a category B historical monument, which makes it relevant for the local cultural patrimony.
(Architect Adrian Grosu)