Born in Milan in 1936, Nanda Vigo lives in East Africa and works in Milan.
She studied architecture at the Ecole Polytechnique in Lausanne, worked as an intern in San Francisco, then returned to Italy where she opened her own studio in Milan.
The underlying characteristic of the work has always been the relationship between light and space, which she has developed in a series of “environments” that blend architecture and design.
Some of her works are included in the collections of the GNAM, Museum of Modern Art in Rome, and it has been represented on a permanent basis at the Museum of Design at the Milan Triennale. And since 2013, her works have been presented in the collection of the Italian Ministry of Foreing Affairs.