French designer born in Nice, he splits his work time between France and Italy. After studying Applied Arts and Product Design (LTGC, Antibes - La Martinière, Lyon - Boulle, Paris), Nigro embarked on his career working alongside De Lucchi, collaborating on numerous product, furniture, lighting, interior design, event and stage design projects. Since 2005, various experimental works have been supported by VIA (a French organization promoting innovation in furniture design) and some can be found among the collections of the Centre Pompidou and Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. In 2014, he was responsible for the exhibition design of the 7th edition of the Trienniale Design Museum "Italian Design beyond the Crisis" and he was awarded the title Designer of the Year by Now-Maison & Objet. His work's distinctive stamp comes from the pairing of experimental research with a pragmatic analysis of "savoir faire", a trait that has allowed Nigro to take on many and varied design challenges and address the different aspects of design.