Marta Sansoni, architect and designer of Florence, graduated in Architecture in 1990. Her thesis "A building for worship” was selected in 1991 by the Department of Planning for the Salon International de l ' Architecture in Paris. In the same year, the project is also exposed to the Salon of Architecture in Milan and, in 1992, at the Milan Triennale. From 1990 to 1996 she co-ordinated at the Faculty of Architecture in the University of Florence seminars within the course of Furniture and Interior Architecture. She participated in a series of exhibitions and national and international competitions, including Memory Containers-Alessi (1990). In architecture, she has carried out projects of new residential building in Florence and in interior a number of shops, restaurants, cafes, wine bars, exhibition, projects of private homes and offices in Italy and abroad. As a designer, working with large companies, including Studio Italia Design with Millo and Maggio.