Until March 31, the Suţu Palace in Universitate Square hosts a photography exhibition portraying some of the creations of the most important interwar architects of Bucharest. The selection of photos comes from the collections of the Museum of Bucharest and of the Romanian Academy.

1918 – 1944 was the period with the greatest variety of stylistic explorations, Bucharest going through intense construction activities. Once with its spreading in European countries, the international modernist style became widely adopted in Bucharest. Blocks of houses with modernist architecture appeared next to houses in Neo-Romanian style, decorative architecture coexisting with deep symbols of traditional architecture.