Angelo Tomaiuolo graduated in Architecture with the highest honours at The University of Florence in 2001.
In 2004 he started cooperating with Matteo Thun & Partners in Milan and in 2006 with Massimiliano Fuksas, dealing with hotel and resort projects, such as Airport Stuttgart Mövenpick Hotel, NH Hotel in Milan, and led the 63rd Venice Film Festival set design.
In 2006 he continued collaborating with Massimiliano Fuksas Studio, in charge of the Armani Ginza Tower Flagship project in Tokyo and won the 1st Prize for the international competition of Shenzhen Bao'an Int. Airport Terminal in China.
In 2007 he established his own architectural firm, standing out for for the research and development of new languages in contemporary architecture, in the sign of environmental sustainability and technological innovation. Afterwards he received the honorable mention "best 30 concept" for Colorsdesigner International Competition. In 2008 he won the bronze medal award in the Seoul Design Olympiad with the "Dancing Water" pavilion project and his name was entered in Young Blood 08, the annual of Italian talents supported by the National Government.