Bucharest AIG office in Neo-Romanian style house

There is a lot of hullabaloo these days about AIG and its financial misdeeds. In Romania they have a somehow token presence, being involved in general insurance and the newly established private pension funds here. Leaving aside the controversy, they seem to have excellent tastes when choosing office locations. I found this AIG office in the Romana Square area of Bucharest, located in a beautiful Neo-Romanian terraced house with an exquisitely decorated balcony and triptic access doors, built probably in late 1920s-early 1930s. The whole facade is like a textbook for the Neo-Romanian style. No doubt the actual superb state of the building is because of the money AIG has put in its renovation and upkeep, making such a contrast with so many similar period houses left in disrepair in this city by their native owners and neglect of the authorities. There is after all some good news about this organisation, at least in locations like Romania’s capital, seven time zones away from the epicentre of its troubles in the US. ©Valentin Mandache

AIG office in Neo-Romanian style house, Bucharest
AIG office in Neo-Romanian style house, Bucharest


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