Nanda Vigo, pseudonym of Fernanda Enrica Leonia Vigo, was an Italian designer. Born in Milan in 1936, she studied at the Institut Plytechnic of Lausanne and in San Francisco. In 1959, after returning to her hometown, she founded her own studio and began to frequent that of Lucio Fontana, who brought her closer to Piero Manzoni and Enrico Castellani, founder artists of the Azimut Gallery. Between 1965 and 1968 she collaborated with Gio Ponti and in 1971 she received the New York Award for the Golden Gate lamp. Since 2006 some of her works have been present in the permanent collection of the Design Museum of the Milan Triennale and since 2014 at the Guggenheim in New York. She died in Milan in 2020.