Luigi’s professional formation started in the‘50s with the experience made at the Mapelli Company, with a workshop in San Giorgio di Villasanta (MB) and offices in via Rossini in Milano. Hand designing custom furnishings, he specialised in planimetrical designing at the important Milanese construction sites of that period, such as the Madonnina Clinic, Palazzo Galbani, the RAI building, the Beata Capitanio Clinic, and the Gaetano Pini Hospital…
Later he worked as mechanical modeller because “modelling was work of precision”. And in the ‘60s he started his own company in Viganò.
In 2004 he founded Rigamonti Arredi together with his sons and with, the experience passed down, the untiring adventure of this passion for craftsmanship, carpentry, and custom-made interior furnishings and furniture continues through the years.
The inherent traits of Luigi’s work since the very beginning remain the same today: the curiosity for learning the craft, in its minute tasks as much as in the grand works, expertise in metrical surveying, drawing not only as a figurative medium but above all as the representation of the actual model for manufacturing, and therefore the study of details, the hands on creation that makes each product a unique and special piece.