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Federico D’Angelo

Founding Partner - Architect

Federico D’Angelo

Founding Partner - Architect
ITALY
DESIGN DRIVEN REVOLUTION

Biography

Federico started studying architecture at the Milan Polytechnic, to then move to London in 1997 to further his studies in architecture at the University of Westminster and at the Architectural Association.

He started working at Grimshaw Architects in 2001 to work on the detailed design of the award-winning Southern Cross Station in Melbourne, Australia and Paddington Train Station Phase II in London, UK. He joined Foster+Partners in 2003 to work on the detailed design of Florence high-Speed Railway Station, develop the concept and scheme design for the New Globe Theatre on Governors Island, NY, and design FAENA’s Art district latest residential addition. He was made an associate in 2007 and took a key role in the design and delivery of 52 Lexington and Copenhagen Towers, respectively a 220 m. high-rise 5* hotel and serviced apartment tower in Manhattan and an office development in Copenhagen, DK. In 2010, after gaining his Professional Studies at the Architectural Association  and becoming an ARB/RIBA Registered Architect, he joined Zaha-Hadid Architects to deliver the concept design for a 5 Star Hotel development in Cairo to be built next to the New Cairo Expo Building.

From May 2011 until September 2017 Federico collaborated with Rem Koolhaas’ OMA on the detailed design and site delivery of BLOX, a highly publicised Mixed use project in the heart of Copenhagen containing residential, offices, retail and exhibition areas. He currently acts as the Creative and Managing Director of D’ANGELO STUDIO, a multidisciplinary Practice working on Architecture, Interiors and Branding, overseeing all operations.

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