Services for the management and execution of heritage restoration projects
Romanian company active in CCI sector is looking for innovative ideas or processes to restore new mobile cultural heritage, within the frame of a license agreement, research cooperation agreement or a technical cooperation agreement. This request refers an open innovation challenge.
The objectives of Romanin company from South-West of Romania are represented by:
- restoration and conservation of the immovable cultural heritage
- restoration and conservation of mobile cultural heritage
These objectives are achieved by restoring many historical monuments from the century XVII - XIX, the elaboration of projects regarding emergency interventions, as well as through the activity of restoration - conservation of the movable patrimony and of the immovable cultural patrimony. Restoring a church takes time, and that, of course, depends on the complexity of the work. At the church in Ersig, all the icons were dismantled and taken to the workshop in Craiova.
"God loves wood and small spaces," says the company manager. These are the first testimonies of faith that our forefathers left us as dowries.
Octavian Ciocșan was the head of the restoration department at the Art Museum in Craiova. He has been working in the field for over 40 years and has restored many churches, all on wood.
The company is looking for innovative ideas or innovative processes in development or already existing technologies for restoration and conservation of the immovable cultural heritage, mobile cultural heritage.
Completed projects: more than 100 historical monuments from the century XVII – XIX in Romania, Greece and Germany. The company provides complete services from historical and architectural documentation, design, restoration, in all areas, reception and warranty by contract.
Cons Art company proves through its innovative services that it has this capability, but the challenge for a manager is to discover those unconventional methods that open up new opportunities for business innovation, for efficiency and new markets.
It is primarily recommended that Cons Art company products to be more visible on the global market and to diversify their technologies for the application of digital solutions.
Inspiration, access to competitive companies with a dedicated, application-oriented workforce, research and constructive policy are key for doing just that. Only with full cooperation, is possible to innovative in technology, to be successfully marketed at the global stage.
Among other things, it is proud of the church from Rozavlea village, the one from Desești, declared by UNESCO patrimony, the church of the Border Police Inspectorate from Sighetul Marmației. He is the restorer of a good part of the crosses from the Merry Cemetery from Săpânța. He restored, but also painted a new painting at the Bârsana Monastery.
He completed the beautification works of a church in Bonn, Germany, restored two iconostasis on Mount Athos, and added to the list of works two of the churches of the Astra Museum in Sibiu.
A total of 68 monuments located in all historical regions of Romania bear the signature of the restorer Octavian Ciocșan and his team.
The team includes people with higher education, professional restorers but also specialists in development, master students and doctoral students of the Sacred Art Department of the Faculty of Theology in Craiova. he Company operates the following tools: -equipment for 3D printing of the latest generation.
Already on the market.
Already on the market.
The company is looking for partners that specialize in finding customers involved in innovation, new product development and startups, which are essentially consolidators of requests for services.
The company is open to several types of cooperations: the partners could set up together a development research agreement cooperation to solve the challenges and it is also possible to have a technical cooperation agreement. The partners can agree to share resources and skills to facilities, technology and experience for further development of the project.
July 5, 2022