13 Mar Architecture CompetitionCommunity, Community Projects, Portfolio About the Contest Theme The theme is an “Energy-efficient home” that provides a cosy interior climate during summer and winter, without the need for a conventional heating source. Energy-efficient houses are houses using architecture, insulation and heating/electricity sources that are as efficient as possible. The... READ MORE
Vocational education is an important part of any educational system. It provides young individuals with the opportunity to specialize in a field where they see that they have natural potential and gives them the tools to develop, practice and perfect their skills to learn a specific trade.READ MORE
21 Apr 2% CampaignCommunity, Community Projects, Portfolio
Every year the Kronospan Foundation encourages people to donate 2% of their income tax towards a good cause. Projects centering on supply of medical equipment, promotion of the arts, as well as general health care have been previously supported.READ MORE
20 May Casa buniciiCommunity, Community Projects, Portfolio Proiectul nu reprezintă în mod necesar poziţia Administrației Fondului Cultural Național. AFCN nu este responsabilă de conținutul proiectului sau de modul în care rezultatele proiectului pot fi folosite. Acestea sunt în întregime responsabilitea beneficiarului finanțării. READ MORE
21 Apr Open Your Heart Charity GalaCommunity, Community Projects, Portfolio
The “Open Your Heart Charity Gala” is an annual charity ball organized by the Kronospan Foundation. Each year the Kronospan Foundation promotes a different cause that contributes towards its mission. Funds are raised throughout the evening with the support of local Romanian artists, who donate their artwork to be auctioned off.READ MORE
In 2011, the Kronospan Foundation launched the photography contest “The World Seen Through Your Eyes”. Opened to both amateurs and professionals, the competition was aimed at promoting young talents and showcasing their work.
The jury (formed by two Kronospan representatives and two brilliant artists from New York – Max Tzinmann and Sasha Meret) chose the best photos realized upon a requested subject.