Andrei Pandele is emphatic: "The Palace? Ha! It is a wall in the way of the people. A dam, even...I was an architect...I could find plans [and] approximate what they would destroy. Not exactly, no-one knew that. They were wild, totally out of control."
Tessa Dunlop traveled to Bucharest, Romania and talked with Andrei Pandele, who as a young architect in the 1970s, began photographing his home country.