Marta Sansoni graduated in 1990 from the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Florence. Architect and designer, she mainly deals with interior design, both as regards living spaces and public spaces. His degree thesis "A building for worship" was chosen in 1991 by the Design Department for the Salon International de l'Architecture of Paris and the project was exhibited at the Salone dell’Architettura of Milan and at the Triennale of Milan in 1992.
Between 1990 and 1996, for the Faculty of Architecture in Florence, she managed the coordination of numerous seminars dedicated to furnishing and interior architecture courses.
With her works she took part in numerous national and international exhibitions and competitions, such as the Memory Containers-Alessi of 1990. In the field of architectural design she worked on the construction of new residential buildings and the development of interior solutions for shops, restaurants and exhibition spaces. The collaboration with Studio Italia Design led to the creation of Maggio, a chandelier whose decorations recall an interlacement of branches.