Nicolas de Pigage (3 August 1723 – 30 July 1796) was a French builder.
Pigage was born in Lunéville. His father was a stonemason. In 1743 he began his studies at the École Militaire, changing to the Académie Royale d'Architecture after only one year studying under Jacques-François Blondel. Elector Karl Theodor summoned him to his court in Mannheim and in 1752 he became the Oberbaudirector.
He died in Schwetzingen.
- Hans Leopold Zollner: Nicolas de Pigage. Sein Leben und Werk, in: Badische Heimat, Bd. 4, 1975. S. 115-127.
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