Born in Cyprus in 1976, of Italian-Swiss origin, Martino d'Esposito spent his childhood in the Middle East before studying in Switzerland.

Later, he set his sights on interior decoration, then industrial design, studying at the prestigious Ecole Cantonale d'Art de Lausanne, where he obtained first a Bachelors and then a Masters in 2004.

Professor of industrial design in the same school since 2003 and an independent designer since 2004, he leans towards common objects, attempting to enrich them by imbuing them with a second meaning, a wink or irony.

Active in the field of series-produced products for diverse brands, he is equally interested in the more conceptual, prospective aspects of design, for example presenting his 'Table Antisismique' at the MoMA, New York in 2006; he also exhibits his projects and collections each year at international design fairs, either alone or as part of collectives such as d'Esposito&Gaillard or Inout.