Born the son of the Italian painter Vico Viganò, Vittoriano Viganò grew up in a fertile cultural environment. Inspired by his creative upbringing, he would himself turn towards architecture during his studies, graduating from the Politecnico di Milano in 1944.
After a short apprenticeship at Studio BBPR and earning a Master’s degree in engineering, he assisted Gio Ponti in his projects of interior design.
Viganò saw architecture as a tool for human development. For him, interior design and architecture could not be reduced to decoration; they grew and evolved from the fabric of their physical surroundings...