Irina Cramarenco is an architect - member of the Romanian Order of Architects (Ordinul Arhitectilor din Romania) - and, more recently, an aspiring writer. She has over 20 years of experience in architectural, interior and graphic design, and she is fluent in English, Italian (and, of course, Romanian...), and speaks French at a medium level. Irina isn't exactly a social media enthusiast, but she is prepared to quickly compensate this, in order to support this book. She lives and works in Bucharest and loves coffee, traveling beautiful places, dogs and cats. And good, interesting books.
A series of very interesting geometric constructions reveals what Dürer hid in his famous engraving, and explains its puzzling elements.