Alexandru Beldiman

Born on January 30th, 1943, Mr. Beldiman became architect diplomat of the Ion Mincu University of Architecture in Bucharest in 1967. Two years later he became member of the Union of Architects in Romania (UAR) and acted

Born on January 30th, 1943, Mr. Beldiman became architect diplomat of the Ion
Mincu University of Architecture in Bucharest in 1967. Two years later he became
member of the Union of Architects in Romania (UAR) and acted as its president
during 1990 – 1999. He was also vice-president of the International Union of
Architects during 1999 – 2002. In 2001, he became member of the recently
founded Chamber of Architects in Romania (OAR) and in 2005 of the Town
Planners’ Registry of Romania. Ever since 1999, he has been president of the
Simetria Foundation for Architecture and Town Planning. Professionally, Mr
Beldiman acted as architect within Project Bucharest Institute during 1967 – 1993
and in 1993 became founding associate of the BBM Group office for architecture,
where he currently functions as well.
Mr. Beldiman’s career comprises numerous works of architecture and restoration,
whose value brought him in a great number of technical committees,
international juries and research projects. He has also accomplished a valuable
academic activity acting as professor with the Ion Mincu University of
Architecture, and also as author of numerous publications, as lecturer within
international conferences and as exhibitor and editor. In 1996, he acted as
Romania’s curator for the Venice Biennale of Architecture and during 1994-1999
he acted as coordinator of the Bucharest Biennales of Architecture, just to point a
few examples.
In recognition of his great professional achievement, Mr. Beldiman became
member of honor of OAR in 2013, and received numerous awards and
distinctions, such as the Duiliu Marcu Award for Architecture from Romanian
Academy, the Bene Merenti medal of the Ion Mincu University of Architecture
and the Faithful Service as Commander national order.

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