The Story Of The Palace

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The story of the palace, the story of a boyar residence located in the heart of Bucharest, which became a center of art and events

The Noblesse Palace, the first eclectic construction in historic center of Bucharest, rises like an architectural and cultural gem. A historic monument, this remarkable building was constructed in 1881 according to the plans of the talented architect Alexandru Săvulescu, who later designed the prestigious National Museum of Romanian History. The house was commissioned by banker Ioan Pascu and represented the first work of Alexandru Săvulescu upon his return from studies in Paris.
In 1903, the residence came into the possession of the renowned banker Leonid Berkowitz, at which point it underwent modifications according to the plans of the entrepreneur L. Schmid. Here lived the founder of the Berkowitz banks after handing over his business to his children. After Leonid Berkowitz’s death, his son Max Berkowitz took over the house and transformed it into the bank’s official venue for protocol, hosting important meetings and discussions that marked the future of the business. After Max’s death in 1936, the house became the final official headquarters of the Berkowitz banks, between 1936 and 1939. The Berkowitz family emigrated to America, and the house was renamed the “Casa Pionierilor și șoimilor Patriei” until 1989, also known as the Children’s Palace of Sector 2.
The building still retains its architectural and cultural splendor from the past, being a living testimony to the history of Bucharest, known as the “Little Paris.” Although it had several owners and was abandoned between 1989 and 2012, coming into the possession of several banks, it survived, still retaining its original elements such as the interior woodwork, stuccoes, and authentic stoves, true masterpieces.
In 2012, the Noblesse Group acquired the Noblesse Palace. After a laborious and lengthy process of consolidation, restoration, and interior design under the careful leadership of the Preda family, the building became what it is today: one of the most important centers of design, art, and events, a unique concept in Bucharest and Europe, receiving several recognitions and awards over time.
The Noblesse Palace represents a harmonious blend of nostalgia for the past and innovation. Refinement and art are principles found in every element of the palace. Surrounded by a generous bohemian garden, this architectural gem takes us back to bygone times, offering us a green oasis and escape from everyday life right in the heart of Bucharest.

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PALATUL NOBLESSE - VISION

The Noblesse Palace team, true masters of event planning, is dedicated to creating memorable experiences in an architectural gem, with exquisite elegance, that will remain in the hearts of participants as an unforgettable imprint.

PALATUL NOBLESSE - MISSION

Our mission is to promote the happiness and well-being of the people we interact with, adding value through services at the highest standards – both for companies and individuals.

Special events that reflect the client’s desires, thereby creating memorable moments

Corporate events: workshops, training sessions, conferences, company parties, product launches, galas, and much more

Private events: weddings, christenings, anniversaries

Product and/or company presentations and launches

Art exhibitions and cultural events

Commercial and private photoshoot sessions in an exclusive location

Palatul Noblesse - Values

“To those who cross our threshold, we tell the wonderful story of this house, of the difficult and long stages it went through under our eyes when, almost completely destroyed, we took it and cared for it like a dying person. And its old but proud walls, we strengthened them to last for a long time to come, we restored its old but magnificent stuccoes, and we carefully cleaned the woodwork so as not to hurt the wood from which it was conceived. Because only in this way did this old house retain its last breath, and today we have revived it. But like a beautiful girl, ready to be betrothed, we brought her new adornments from our days, because with care and thorough research, we added new stuccoes and well-crafted marble floors, and new windows to let the curious sun in, to see how beautiful this house looks! And many other things have been done, as many were those who worked diligently on all the hard work, but also on the most delicate ones until all the over 40 rooms and chambers looked as they do today.”LOREDANA PREDA, CO-OWNER OF PALATUL NOBLESSE & GENERAL MANAGER OF NOBLESSE GROUP

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