Ideando@Fermi award cerimony and Marconi Award for Creativity

The two award cerimonies took place on Saturday 25° April 2015 – Marconi Day @Fondazione Guglielmo Marconi 

This year the Marconi Day has been dedicated to creativity and to MIC recent activities, with two important moments regarding the Ideando@Fermi award cerimony and the Marconi Award for Creativity to Massimo Iosa Ghini.

The Ideando@Fermi moment has been with the award ceremony of three project ideas of Fermi high school’s students. Nine beautiful plates were given to the students by Paolo Sportoletti (PROSPERA) and Giovanni Emanuele Corazza (Founder of MIC) in the presence of Princess Elettra Marconi, daughter of Guglielmo Marconi. Here the categories and the winners:

Most innovative Idea: Adriano Antoni, Riccardo Rizzoli, Elisa Sanzani for the project ARS

Most feasible Idea: Andrea Bettazzoni, Federico Sgubbi, Alice Rossi for the project Lavorandosì 

        Most social Idea: Federica D’Ausilio, Francesco Gheri, Alessandro Malagoli for the project Portineria Low-Cost

The closing event has been devoted to the second Marconi Award for Creativity, awarded by MIC and Fondazione Guglielmo Marconi, in collaboration with the University of Bologna and the Rotary Club. This important Award went to Massimo Iosa Ghini, founder of the Bolidism movement and world famous architect and designer, for his ideational skills applied in several disciplines thanks to his cross-cutting competencies and his innovative approach to design. After receiving the elegant plate designed by Guido Vanni, the architect talked about his personal view about creativity presenting his successful products and architectural structure to the audience.    

 Ph. Rodolfo Giuliani





Ideando@Fermi award cerimony and Marconi Award for Creativity