(Milano, 1919 – 1996)
Mainly known for his architectural works, Viganò investigated the theme of defining space. Often invited to design the interiors of his commissioned houses, he applied the so-called “low furnishing horizon”. The reduced height of his furnishings effectively allowed the viewer to enjoy both a “seated” and “standing” view of the surrounding spaces. Appointed artistic director of Arteluce, he also contributed in translating his design imprint to the lighting field.