Recettes de Cuisine, Maria Cantili Golescu
Coordinator: Mona Petre
Editorial consultancy: Mirela Duculescu
Project coordination „“Maria Cantili Golescu’s Culinary Diary-recipes, tastes, objects and experiments””: Andreea Machidon
Translation of the original recipes: Nona Henți, Aura Pandele, Mona Petre
Recipe texts recreated: Andrei Chelaru, Oana Coantă, Irina Georgescu, Cristina Mehedințeanu, Mara Elena Oană, Alex Petricean, Mădălina Roman, Horia Simon, Adriana Sohodoleanu, Adela Trofin
Author: Marie, E, Cantilli / Digitalization: Mona Petre
Paris, 21 janvier 1900, 19 Avenue Bosquet
The notebook found in Villa Golescu’s the library offers a unique insight into the bourgeois and cosmopolitan lifestyle of the period, draw an imaginary map of the cultural influences from the region and from Europe, point out elements of the kitchen setting and utensils of the period, provide a picture of the foods and spices used at the time and present new curiosities about Maria Cantili Golescu, her family, the culinary objects of the period and the cultural landscape in which she lived.
Editorial concept Andreea Machidon / Graphic design Mona Petre
The notebook is a tool for interactive exploration of the Enescu House and its surroundings, dedicated to visitors who stop in the area for one or more days. Through games, challenges and walks, the story of the musician George Enescu, in relation to Mihaileni, and his mother’s house become accessible and interesting for a very varied audience. Bicycle routes and the selection of objectives in the area outline a broader picture of the rich cultural and natural context that the area offers to those interested.
Author Ruxandra Sacaliş/ Editor Mirela Duculescu/ Graphic Design Mona Petre
The publication designed as a recipe guide concentrates useful information, both theoretical and practical, about materials, ingredients, recipes, finishing techniques, decorative textures, work tools and degradations often encountered in modernist buildings in Bucharest. It is intended for practical use and wishes to be an instrument of awareness for the general public and specialists in the field regarding the cultural and historical significance of inter-war plasters.
Editorial concept Mirela Duculescu/ Translation Alistair Ian Blyth/ Graphic Design arch. Octavian Carabela
The volume represents a book-manifesto, a book-project, a book-witness of concentrated urban activism phenomenon: the Hala Matache Phenomenon (2010-present).
The book argues for an alternative solution developed by Volunteer Architects to the official project based on the Zonal Urban Plan for the Buzeşti-Berzei-Uranus Diametrala in Bucharest. The publication received the National Prize ex aequo for the book section at the National Architecture Biennale 2012.
Author Andreea Machidon / Graphic design Mona Petre
This guide aimed at teachers, non-governmental organizations and those with the initiative to implement an educational program on heritage focuses Pro Patrimonio’s experience gathered from children’s communities around Neamțu, Olari, Perticari-Davila, Izvoru manors and Villa Golescu in Câmpulung-Muscel. Designed in digital format so that it can be accessed from anywhere, the guide offers structured exercises for introducing children to cultural heritage. The activities can be integrated throughout the school year, in the Școala Altfel days or during the holidays.
Concept Andreea Machidon/ Graphic Design Mona Petre
The information contained in this map resulted from research of the surroundings of Mihăileni village, Botoșani County, on a radius not exceeding 70 km, having as starting point the George Enescu house restored by Pro Patrimonio (2013-2020). The map is a collection of suggestions for discovering the cultural influences of Bukovina, Moldova and Ukraine, with distinct stylistic elements that can be traced in the ornamental motifs of houses, in the pattern of fabrics and in the decoration of ceramics.
Concept Mirela Duculescu / Graphic design Mona Petre
The leaflet is dedicated to the commemoration of 100 years since the passing of Vasile Golescu (1875-1920), a graduate engineer of the École des Eaux et Forêts Nancy and a forestry scholar. In 1910 Vasile Golescu built in Câmpulung Muscel the ensemble that became the historical monument Vila Golescu and the park in terraces on a place with natural forest, which now functions as a Cultural Landscape Observatory following the restoration project coordinated by the Pro Patrimonio Foundation
Concept Mirela Duculescu / Translation Aura Pandele / Graphic design Mona Petre
The leaflet is dedicated to the commemoration of 100 years since the passing of Vasile Golescu (1875-1920), a graduate engineer of the École des Eaux et Forêts Nancy and a forestry scholar. In 1910 Vasile Golescu built in Câmpulung Muscel the ensemble that became the historical monument Vila Golescu and the park in terraces on a place with natural forest, which now functions as a Cultural Landscape Observatory following the restoration project coordinated by the Pro Patrimonio Foundation.
Concept Mirela Duculescu, Mona Petre / Graphic Design Mona Petre
Dedicated to the Villa and the Golescu Dendrological Park, a wonderful architectural and landscape ensemble, the leaflet highlights the work of forester Vasile Golescu, the author of important studies about the forest fund in the Muscel area. He is the one who in 1910 conceived the terraced park around the house, a garden park, starting from the natural forest located on the hill and adapting exotic and rare species, brought at the beginning of the last century from abroad. Today, the historic park with an area of over 3 ha is a remarkable example of intact biodiversity.
RECIPES, OBJECTS AND EXPERIMENTS. A project inspired by Maria Cantili Golescu’s Culinary Diary from 1900.