Studio Viganò was founded by Giuseppe Viganò with the purpuse to enlarge his team offering to his strengthened and future clients a guarantee of a service wider and more complete.
This was possible thanks to the collaboration between young designers and architects, such as Massimo Borgonovo, Iwona Gutka, Deborah Pietragalla, Simone Valsecchi, Chiara Viganò, Danilo Viganò, that leaded by an expert designer as Giuseppe Viganò, developed specific skills and competencies.
Dynamism and versatility are the core characteristics of the team that works in different fields, providing top level of creativity and uniqueness of each planning proposal.
This creativity and the strong sense of beauty, every time rediscovered and rationalized with a new project, combined with a continue research, are the basis of the thought that always brings Studio Viganò to new and ambitious goals.
The project related to the forniture product include also the research and the development of new materials, the study of details and finishing touches.
The Studio collaborates also with specialized prototype makers to show to the Companies the final result of a product, realizing ad hoc prototypes or just as a proposal to complete a particular presentation.
The furniture shows in and out of Italy, the scenic designs for temporary spaces or specific events and the stable outfitting in the shops, often in collaboration with international clients, allowed to Studio Viganò to know different realities and ways of work, growing and gaining more and more experience.
There are also opportunities to project big spaces, sometimes thousands of square meters; it is a difficult but exciting reality, where there’s a meeting of the needs linked to the exposure of products in a living and night areas, accessories and textiles, perhaps with a very different character.
Products for the graphic communication complete the overall picture of developed projects, like creation of catalogues, brochure, invitations and advertising pages that follow, with the supervision of Giuseppe Viganò, starting from the picture to the lay outs.