Architect Tiberiu Ricci was born in 1920, as the son of architect Mihail Ricci. He studied at ’’Ion Mincu” Architecture Institute in Bucharest, subsequently becoming a professor there. During his design career, he was fortunate to work with important architects, such as Horia Maicu, Ignace Șerban and Leon Garcia. Tiberiu Ricci assisted his father in the projects for the Palace Hall and the Television Palace. After 1977, he settled in Germany, together with his wife Yvonne. Tiberiu Ricci died on 12 April 2000.
(Fișă realizată de Georgiana Ivan, 2017)
(1920 - 2000)
’’Ion Mincu” Architecture Institute, Bucharest.
1945 - 1947 - Palace Hall of the Socialist Republic of Romania (in collaboration with Horia Maicu and Ignace Șerban), Bucharest;
1960 - Romanian Radio Broadcasting Palace, Bucharest;
1968 - 1970 - The new Television Palace, Bucharest;
? - Apartment buildings made of large-format panels, Calea Griviței, Bucharest.
RICCI, Tiberiu & RICCI, Mihail, Introducere în acustica arhitecturală, Editura Tehnică, Bucharest, 1974.
Awards and distinctions
1962 - State prize of People’s Republic of Romania in 1962, for his work ’’Palace Hall of the People’s Republic of Romania.’’
Bucharest Album, Project Institute Bucharest;
CDCAS (coordinating editor Eng. DOBRESCU Aurelia), Dicționarul Constructorilor Români, CDCAS, Bucharest, 2000.